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Full text of "Annual catalogue of Williamsport Dickinson Seminary for the academic year : from .."

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AliKAM rn)K(iKAFF, Ks(^, Trksidknt, Willianisporl 

I.KWIS McDOWKLL, Kst^., Skckktakv, Willianisi)<)rt. 

Hon. .JOHN SMITH, Williamsport. 

Col. JACOB SALLADE, Williamsport. 

JOHN R. HAZLET. Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. JOHN PATTON, CurwcMisvillc. 

Key. JAMES CUKNS, Curw ens villi'. 

GEORGE SLATE, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. ELI SLIFER. Lcwisburg. 



()KFI(1^]KS: 

Rev. IJ. C. (CONNER, Pkesioent. 
GEORGE W. STEVENS, Vk e-Pkesident. 
Miss, L. W. (TMMINGS, Ke(. SEOiiETAi:v. 
Mi!s. A. E. COLEGROVE, Cn\i. SK(;iiETAi:v 
WILL E. GRAY, Tiieasikej:. 



T. E. KIESS, Steward and Tkeasukek. 
Mrs. SARAH ,1. WHEELAND, Matron 



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SOniOMOKM^ CLASS 



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( M . A SH I (JA 1 . I )K I 'A U1^M JH] NT. 



l.ADIES. 

Xa»t( s. ,, .J 

Hcsuif luxs. 

Krcfor. Ella G Williamsport. 

irau,u;Iiii\voii1. Laura May Altoona 

Ui.ldlclcnni.. 1' .'".^.'.'.'.'.'.'.VZsimmokin.' 

(iENTLEMEN. 

Anderson, G.G Altoona. 

Andnnvs. W. W Lock Haven. 

''"'^'■'•- ^- *' Scottdalr. 

^^ - Mackeysvillc. 

^'^•^^•'^^•^ Hillsboro, M(l. 

'^'''^'>'' ^'- ^^ Gcrardstovvn, W. Va 

,, , Jjiuht Street. 

r I'eed, J. I> Air-ii- 

W illiams|)(H*l. 

*Fiilin'T, F. M vr i -n 

Monloursville. 

Mass, J. F , ., 

,, , IjhertA. 

Heck, (). (; rp, ^ . • 

1 liree Spnniis. 

V\aslnn<;t()ii, I). ('. 

''^^''^^^''■' ^^- ^^' Neirs Mills. 

Metz-er, iU'ov^v Willianisport. 

Sherlock, ('. W A,, 

.Altoona. 

Sinvscr, \V. K.. p, 

^., : , ,, l>lo()msl)iiro-. 

^l<*in. J. r, 

,,, , ,. MilTlint(Kvn. 

I avloi-. \l. S ,, 

w.; . , Montandoii, 

^Vi"tne.v, II. II 

,. ,, „, VVallaeeton. 

\ olkniar. \\ illiam av;ii; . 

.. V\ nIianis|)orl. 

^ "IHIL!-. J. W. A.. ^^^^^' 

Vv liliamsporl. 



SCIKN-riKlC DKPAinwiKN^r. 



LADIES. 

I>ak('r. V i-aiik. / , , ,,, 

,, , -, ( ciitrevdle. Iowa 

l>ak('r. Maruaret /. , .,, 

,, , ,, , tentreville, Iowa, 

Hates, M. A.. ,„ ., , , ,. 

,, ,, ,, . 1 lnladelj)hia 

Heniietl. Mattie wn- 

.,, , ,,. ,. VYdliainsport. 

( hestou. Alice If. , . , , ,/ 

IiiL!:ht Street. 



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I 



Fv(!rett, Lottie w;ii; . 

■ VVilIianisnor-l 

(Jeliret, Ella w;ir 

VV nliamsport. 

Giln.on., (Jussi, lersey Shore 

Glover, LanraE Laurelton. 

Leekie, Ida May i -n 

•^ Jeansvnle. 

Long Jennie Williamsporl. 

Lincoln, Hannah M Laurelton. 

Maitland, Annie E Williamsport. 

McKee, Nina E. B DuBoistown. 

McDowell, Fannie wr-w 

._ ' Williamsport. 

Mosscr, Annie \- n i i i 

_, ' ••■ ^ew Cumberland. 

Ramsey. Clara Orbisonia. 

''^"""•'- ^'">' T' Williamsport. 

GENTLEMEN. 

^^"^"' W. <- S Baltimore, .M,l. 

^^•■""'''' •'• ^f New Buffalo. 

balladashiiri];. 

Daniels, Geor-e M (iirardville. 

Davidson. Ennis K Wiilianisporl. 

"'■•■'<'■'■'•'• t- '' Mtoona. 

Denninii:, Ered. II u- i , ii^ i- 

'^' ' liedmont, W . va. 

Dreifuss, Morris ix ,. , 

Denver, ( ol. 

Dunkel, K. K i.r , , " 

Wat son town. 

Fletcher, 11. Ts^ vv;n; 

W iJlianispoi-t. 

Forrest, J. W , ;.., , 

Littlest own. 

Gl(>nn, (;. W. M ,,.;,,. 

' IM 1 1 more. 

Harris, W. J* A\-;ir 

>> ilIiamsj)ort. 

Hitchins. J. II i^.., ,.i at i 

^ rosthur^-. Md. 

Iliinter. L. c n i i 

^allada hurLi. 

Hutchinson, W. F i -n 

Jeansville. 

Johns, William i,..., ,, ^t , 

iM'ost hurir, Md. 

Lamherson, A r- ,,i '. , , 

Kettle ( reek. 

Mann, J. F .y . , 

1 1 a in si nil"-. 

Milnes. (;. W p 

r.si)\ . 

Noble, W^ F. D ,>, , ,, 

I ieasant daj). 

Koheson. W. F r • , 

Levvislowii. 

Seehler. W. A ,, ... 

Danville. 

Sliafer. A. II ,.•,., . , 

^innemahomnu. 

Shooj), W. \l ,f . , 

' llarrisbni". 

^mith, ,]. W |., 

IMeininu. 

Stackhouse, W. A v^i • i i • 

ShickshiiHu. 

Stevens. F. M af j /^ " 

Meadow (Tai*. 

Stevenson, W. H /,, n , - u 

,...,,. y hat ham s Kun. 

^: :^'"""^- ^^^*^- Dover, Del. 

Williamson, 1^. D t. 

,..., Kenovo. 

Wilson, J. L PI 

X.,., ,, , " Isloomsburu'. 

Wilson, S. D ^. , ■ 

Map let on. 



I 



16 



\N ILMAMSroUI DICKINSON SK^IlNAin 



ANN! 'A I. ( ATALOra i:. 



17 



1 nH]Liji]s iJ^rrTKF.s \)K\'A iitm i^]NT. 



LADIES. 

yania. Residence.^- 

Barker, Stella Washington, D. C. 

I^rav ('arrie ^^^^^ Greenwich, K T. 

Bueklev. Ella. Ik'aver Meadow. 

iJuekU'V, Sadie Fort Littleton. 

Crai- Jennie Washingtonvdle. 

(nuns, Marv E Ciirwensville. 

E<l('r, Mattie(J Williamsporl. 

(Jassawav, Louisita.. Baltimore, Md. 

(;i()V("r. Fannie Selins-rove. 

(;iav, Eva I Stornistown. 

(iuss. Lizzie Miminhurir. 

(iuss Ma"*'i(' Mifllinburi;-. 

llarlzcll/Xda Newporl. 

Hess, Edith Willianisport. 

Mursli, Minnie Jlamshur-. 

Jones, Jennie 1 Fhilipshur-. 

M( Farlane, Lizzie leansville. 

Miller, Jennie Willianisport. 

Lardoe. Minnie Danville. 

U()l)ins. Mair-ii' E Elysl)urii;. 

Kothfnss, IMioebe '■ Willianisport. 

Seolt, Lney ' Willianisport. 

SliMinnio, Minnie 1 Halifax. 

Stent. Frndie K Elysbur^. 

^■..nnii:, Jeniii.- M Meyersdale. 

/..lliii-ci-. Ella Harrishuri!:. 



rri^ 



\(V\1)EM1(' DELAIITMEN^I 



LADIES. 

W-aW. Sylvi;i E Willianis])ort. 

IJcyei-, Lizzie K St omistown. 

lireese, Loren.i WiHiainsi)ort . 

(la ike, Caddie Willianisport. 

( iinuninus. (Mai-a Montandon. 






^ I) 



Davidson, Lonrina F Williainspoit . 

Denlaj), Jennie Ranch's (iap. 

Derland, Bertha C I'>()llini;- Spriiiixs. 

Dove, (^arrie Jacksonville, Fla. 

Edkins, Beatrice M Willianis])ort. 

<;ray, J.uhi S BulValo Knn. 

<;reen, Laura Manor Hill. 

lleivly, M. Emma Williamsport. 

Ilinkal, EllaM New])erry. 

Keitli, Lida B Newberry. 

Kreamer, Emma J Williamsport. 

Mann, Anna D llarrisburii. 

Martin, Asenath .................;... .DuBoistown. 

Martin, Chloe DuBoistown. 

"Miller, Lizzie Witmer. 

Miller, Maria Ila^-erstown. 

\rilnes, Lilian II IOs])v. 

Moore, Carrie Williams] »orl. 

>^<*n'^ Adda Alexandria. 

NetV, Minnie () Petersbni-ii-. 

Fearce, Carrie J Lanrelton. 

Kiinyan, Fannie J Wiiriams|)orl . 

Sallade, Amy Northumberland. 

^(•hnix. Ida E Muney Valley. 

^b'iiier, Ellie Fhilipsbnr--. 

^b'iiH'r, Kay Fhilipsbnrii;. 

Taylor, Jennie ^Vloiitandoii. 

Turk, Elbe J Williamsport. 

FpdeoratL Sue J Newberry. 

Valentine, Jennie 1 1\ nei-. 

Valentine, Bach el il\ iier. 

Vcelkler, Lizzie S Williamsport. 

Walters, Annie Willinnivport . 

Wein-el, Jennie V W illianispoiM . 

Womer, Claudia T ( liven wood Furnace. 

(JEN^rLEMEN 

'^'•"<'ld, Jacob I \,.^v BulTiilo 

•^'■'^<»1<K •'• >I New BuITmIo. 

Baty, Ilainilton L F;i"c 

Bhick, James II Meyersdale 

Breiscli, Herman Cat;iwis>;i. 

'»'"<>'>1<^^ E. C Wasliinii:ton, D. C. 

linckley, i\ Ilnrry Be:iver Meadow. 

Burnley, (^)rson William^ix.rt . 

^'•""plx'lK William Williamsport. 

Cliai)in, Firman T()\\u Hill. 

Clark, James C Williamsport. 



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A'"//'.^. ■ hit si(JctlC( ,'^. 

' oil ins. ( icorL":*' W Mcvcrsdalr. 

< '(n'soii. Willi.'un S Tivola, 

rtciolilon, iMlimmd 1> IMiilipsburg-. 

DmikIo. William Frostburg, Md. 

Daniels. William K Girardvillr. 

I )nim, Knu'i'soii U Conyngliam. 

fOyer, Samuel II Flemington. 

Farwell, Truman L. L. D North Bend. 

F^arwell, E. B Glen Union. 

I ''('sscnden, James I. Laurelton . 

< Jaiioe, Harvey B Williamsporl. 

< '('arharl, AVilbui- AVilliamsporl. 

< ; u t el i us, II any C Mifflinburg, 

II ay es, E. K Williamsporl. 

1 1 eek , All )ert Watsontowi i . 

Ib'dges, William II Hedgesville. W. Va. 

1 lilbisli, Thompson Seliusgrove. 

! lock in 'I, IIeni*v T 3Iev<'rsdale. 

llnnt< r. .lanies ,.., Salladasburg. 

; ; I ni < '-;. ( ; ( 'ori:( ' I » Orbisonia . 

. f < > t J n --. .1 ol I M K Fr< )st burg, M( I . 

Kelly. Cliarles 15 Ilughesville. 

Kelly. \X. Harry Ilughesville. 

K reamer, Y^Vi^d. (' Lock Haven. 

Leekie, William Slienandoah. 

Long, Ardell Williamsporl. 

Me(\ahan, Harry (' Huntingdon. 

Me( 1 OS key. 1 low a id K Salon a. 

>h(Jari-ali. James I* IVIeehaniesburg. 

Mong. I':i!ner Yl Warrior's Mark. 

Ncl-on. Oliver I Sterling Run. 

\ ( )rllniniei-. .1. Wilnier Iveadiu"". 

< >"- koivn/o I) Martinsburg. 

I'i"i( r. Ahnei- Iliverside. 

i '"iiM'iov . Will ill ni L* Coneoi'd 

I 'i''- 'I'll* "11 -I- K Millinglon. Md. 

L ,11 1-^.111. William !-: Williamspoi'l . 

U;i\eii^(i:iri. .John T Frostbn rg, Md. 

! v< ay. William Kujx'i'l 

><(lil(r. La lay ell e Danville. 

^'"itli, W. M Mitllintown. 

^'I'^'^v, L. (' Clearfield. 

^I'<<l'>iai]. Harry WiHiams|)orl. 

^'•■'"- .I;iMie> H (Jirardville. 

"^'•^•'i^- -loliii <' Stewartstown. 

>\\ail/. Till \1 on S Duncannon. 

I'""l<l. ^Valler S DeiUon, Md. 

\( elk lei, Lniest ,\ Williamsport. 

Wallace. William Williamsport. 



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\((inf'>i. I'rsidf Iters. 

Watson, Thomas Shenandoah 

Weigel, (./lay Williamsport 

Weigel, Leon Williamspoit 

Willitts, Harrys J WiHiams])oil 

Wilson, Jjimes E Williamsporl 

Wilson, Thomas R .Cat a w issa 



PRIMA \i\ 1 ) FA' A irrVl K.N1\ 



.\(t/iif k"^. Ji< siJriH'f s. 

L( Ik ins, Susie Williams poll 

(lanoe, Lauretta Ai Williamsporl 

(Ireen, Jennie Williamspoi-l 

Hicks, ( Je(>rgiana Willirunsporl 

Shelter, (xraee Williamsporl 

Vocum, Lottie WiHiams])ort. 

Gearhart, Lloyd WiHiams])oi'1 

Huling, Lewis Williamsporl 

lluling, John WiHiams[>oi-1 

Keefer, Arthur \V i Ilia m sport 

Kose, Albert Williamsport 

Shaver, Harry Williamsport 

Snyder, William A Williamsporl . 

J'abe!-, William S Lrie. 

\ o'lkler. ^\i\\ ., Williams} )or!. 



( X)MML]lU;i AE DEPAtrrM FS'l 



LADlLS. 

.\i( III' ■'■'. //' .-/'/» 'ii-efi. 

lion net t, Nannie Williamsporl 

I >('idap. Jennie H IvaialT- < iap. 

(JKNTLE.MKN. 

Allen, W. (;. S. Ualtim..re. Md 

Black, J. H Meyer^dale 

Dando, William , FnKtl)Uiii. Md. 

Denning, Fred H Fir'dmont, W \ .i 

EarwelL E. B Glen L nioi., 



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P()iiu'i"()\ . William J{ Concord. 

Kavciiscraft, .lolm T Frost hurii;, JMd. 

Shaw, Amos Iv Shenandoah. 

^I'<'w, Ix. V Cleartiehl. 

Si'chk'r, W. A Danville. 

Shickhousc, Wellington A Sliiekshinny. 

Stein, James B Mitliintown. 

Swart/, Truxton S Dnneannon. 

Taylor, liollin S Montandon, 

Volkmar, AVilliam Williamsport. 

Willits, Harry J Willi;unsi)ort. 

Wilson, James K \Yilliams])ort, 

'''<':'^<'''- •'• <> Veairertown. 



AI USiC 13El^AJrrMl^]N^i: 



LADIKS. 

■^'"""■^- ■ h'fsidmrrs. 

15a ker, Frank. (Vntreville, Iowa. 

IJakei-, .Mar-arel Centreville, Iowa. 

Hasliaii, Fstella Williamsport. 

'>''^*'^' '^""«» Williamsi)ort. 

''**""<•<''■' ^^'i":' Williamsport. 

licyer, Li//i(' K Stormstown. 

'*>■•'>- Cnnie Kast (ireenwieh, H. I. 

''>'<'-l''>' •■^'l:'- leaver Meadow. 

•'""■'^'•■.v. Sadie Port Littleton. 

^■""'^- ^'- J"^ I )n Hoist own. 

^ '■;''-• ''<'iiiii<' Washin«2:toiiville. 

('iimiiiin->. ("lai-a Moiitandon. 

<'"'>"^- ^l:"'> J'^ Curweiisville. 

'^■'^i^- ^ ''"■'' Lewistown. 

DaxidM.n. Li.in-iiia. Williamsport. 

'^«'.\'""- ^>'^><' Williamsi)ort. 

•^'■"'-'P- 'l<'iiiiic Kaueirs (}a|). 

'^'■'■•' >^ •'"'•• Williamspoi-l. 

'^"^•'- <';"Tic laeksoiiville, Fla. 

'^""'^'''- ^^-"T Williamsport. 

'■^^^•'■*'"< '^<'"'<' Williamsport. 

(il()\ci'. h^iiiiiic S SelinsLi:rove. 

<''"^'''- '-""■' '-^ Laurelton. 

^''■•'>^ '''^=' '^ Stormstown. 

^ •'•''■"• '-""•' Manor Hill. 



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Xdincs. /!< si<h /urs. 

Ilartzell, A (hi Newport. 

llaui'lniwout, Flla May Newberry. 

Hinkal, El hi Newberry. 

Jones, Jennie L Philii)sbnrii,-. 

Keith, Lidu B Newberry. 

Kii^-er, Annie Williunisport. 

Leekie, Ida May Jeansville. 

Maitland, Annie E Williamsport . 

Mann, Anna ITarrisburii:. 

Martin, Cliloe DuJ^oistown. 

McFarlane, Liz/ie Jeansville. 

Miller, M a IIasi:ei"stown, Md. 

-Milnes, Lilian Espy. 

-M nsser, M. E I )ri ft wood . 

Xe IV, Minnie Pet e rsl ) 1 1 r*^. 

Pardoe, ]\Iinnie Danville. 

J*earee. Cari'ie J Laurelton. 

Uamsay, Clara Orbisonia. 

Ilai idall , J osie AVill iamspo j-t . 

]{oii,'ers, Amanda Lewistow^n. 

Shammo, Alinnie L Halifax. 

Slate, Creey WillianispoH. 

Stead, () WiHiams})()i-t. 

Steiner. Etlie Ehili])sburii-. 

Steinei', Ivay Phili]isburi2\ 

ytuart, ]V[ay Williams])()rt. 

Taylor, Jennie .Montandon. 

Transean, ^Vlinnie Williams])()rt. 

U])d(\iiralT, Sue J Newl)erry. 

\ alentine, Jennie H\ ner. 

Valentine, llaehel Hyner. 

\'(elkler, Li/zie M Williams])ort . 

West fall, Alice Keiiovo. 

Womer, Claudia T ( Ji'ccu wood l''urna(<'. 

^'oun^•, Jennie .Mey<'i'sdale. 

(;FNTid:>n:N. 

Fsehenbaeh. Albert Milton. 

Hilbish, T Selins^royc. 

Hutchinson, Wilbni- F leans\ illc. 

Louii;, Ardell. Williamsi>oit . 

Shaw, A. K Shenandoah. 

Smysei-, William K Bloomsbui"-. 

Stackhouse, W. A Sljickshinny. 

I ' 1 )de LT ra If, 1>. C N c w be r ly . 

\'(elklei-, lOrnest Williamsport. 

Vcx'lkler, Max (J.. Williamsport. 

Wilde, E. W Shenandoah. 

Williamson, H. D Kenoyo. 



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\N ILLl AMSl'Oirr DICKINSON SK^IINAHY. 



DliAW'INC AM) l\\INM^IN(J \)K- 

TAinwii^^N'r. 



LADIKS 

liiikcr, Fnuik Cculivvillcs Iowa. 

rnown, Adelaide ^ Williainsporl. 

Clark, Caddie : ••• Williainspoi 1 . 

(urns. Mary K.. ( ^iirwensville. 

D.rland, Kerllia ('.... IJoilin-- Sprin-s. 

(i,:,y. Mis. K. J WilliainsjX)! 1 . 

(.n,"\. lailii S. l^idValo Kuii. 

(.,«MMC llaniiali Koariii-; Branch. 

(,,ren. Lama ^»''"<»'' ""'•• 

(,us>, Ma-^ie Milllinhnr-. 

ll,.;s, Kdill. WilllanisporC 

llmsiL Minnie 1 larrishniLi:. 

I.Mies. Lncrelia M. Plnladelpliia. 

K.Mlh, Lida n Newheny. 

Kirk. Nellie A WillianispoiM. 

Lincoln, Hannah M Laureilon. 

>Liilland, Annie K • Wiliianisporl. 

NLiilin- Asenalh I )u Hoist own. 

\Ll).)well. Fannie WiHiainsp(n-L 

M(d'^idden. Annie WillianisporL 

M( l\irlane. Li/zic leansvdle. 

r,.,.lin-. Sarah C Wiliianisporl. 

Ui,hlle. .Icntiie L Shaniokin. 

si.inei. La>. . riiilipsl)nrLj:. 

IMionipsoii. Cri-^ie L CoLian Stat ion. 

\V,,incr. Claudia.. (Ji'cenwood Furnace. 

W'riiiht. Clar:i \ Middlelown, Conn. 

\ .Mill-. Jennie M Meyersdale 

/..llin-( 1. i:ila Harrishur*! 

<;LN1 LLMKN 

li;,\vlr\ . .lani(-> II Willianispoil. 

Il.x kin-:. lleniN 'W, Meyersdale. 



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LADIES. 

Baker, Mnri!;;irel Centrcville, Iowa. 

BiK^kley, Klhi M Heaver Meadow. 

Crai.ii:, Jennie Washin.<i:t()nville. 

Davis. (Jara M. C Lewistown. 

Derlaiid, Px-rtha C P>oilin,i;- Springs. 

Ldkins, Heal rice M \VillianiS|)orl. 

''^<"<i'«>^' t^i'sic H Wiliianisporl. 

'''''"•<'L ^^11'' Williains])orC 

^ '''"»<>'•<■' >I:«n A VVillianisporC 

'•"^^' ^^'y/y'\r Milllinhnr-. 

Clover, Laiini Laiire|)(Mi. 

IIarf/<'lk Ada M. i NewporC 

llaijnhawoul, L, May Mloona. 

IIi( ks. (iec.ro-iana W WillianisporC 

I Iiii-sh, Minnie L I Laiaislmrii. 

Keilli, Lida H \evvl)err\ . 

Lincoln, Hannah M La n re 11 on. 

Lnlcher, ( 'arrie Texas. 

.\Lartin, Asenalh " DiiP,oislown. 

Mailland, Annie L Wiliianisporl. 

Millies, Lilian S L^pv. 

Mosser, Annie \-,.vv Cumherland 

Middle, Jennie P Shaniokin 

Itoj^crs. Amanda Lewisiown. 

Iximyan, Paiinie J WillianisporC 

Slianinio, Minnie Halilax. 

^^'•"^ Prudie i; Llyshiir- 

Sirashnr-er, Jennie Willianisp.nt 

Wallers, Annie Willianispcil . 

(iPNTLLMKN. 

Anderson, (L (Irahani Ml.u.na. 

''^'■'•'*V' '^vons M Mackeysville. 

I>nrke, Ldninnd W Hillshon.. >LI. 

^'"■"^^" Wiliianisporl 

^''•*'^^^^''' ^^^"-vi" H ,j^,„ sncel 

Daniels, (icor-e M. (;irardville 

'^^''•'^^'••"'- ^ • I> Allonna. 

<iulHius, Harry C Miniinhur^. 

'^*'^*'-^^'''^^''^'^>^ Three Sprin-^s 



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ANNUAL r ATA LOOT L 



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\(tiiH s. A'' ■^/'(icncrs. 

L:iinl)('i-S()ii, Alex Kclllc ('reck. 

Millies. (;('()i-Li:c \V ''^^P\- 

Nol.lc, W. F. I) Plcasnnt (Jjip. 

I'ricc, 'W L Millin.-lon, Md. 

Kolicson, William K licwistovvn. 

Scclilcr, William A Duiivillc 

Smvscr, William E Bloomsburi;". 

SlciiL James B MillHntowii. 

Stevens, Jolin C StewartstowrL 

Wilde. FJmer Sheiiandoali. 

Whitnev, Harrv II AVallacelon. 



sr]^](riAi. sTirDH]NTs. 



Uaker. b'raiik ( 'ent reville, Iowa 

Uates. .Martha A Pliiladeljihia 

I'' V ere 11. liOttie Williamsport 

lless, lOdil h WiHiams|)()i-t 

Maillaiid, Annie 1'] Williams])()i-t 

M(d)()\N(']l. I'^annie Williams])ort 

IxamscN , ( "lara ( )rl)isonia 

( lies Ion. Maf\ in !•] Iiiii;lit Street 

I )a\i(ls()n. I'jiirK I'] Williamsport 

Duiikle. 11(1 win K Wat son! own 

I'^l-'l'lKi-. N \V Williamsport 

Mel/.-cr. ( HM.r-c WiHiams|)oi-t 

N<>1.1< , W. l'\ I) Pleasant (^ap 

i'ilini". Ahiiei- Riverside 



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Students in Classical Department 34 

Students in Scnentifie Department 51 

Students in I5elles Lettres De])artm('nt 2() 

Students in Aeadeniie Dejiartment 10r> 

Students in Primary Department l-*^) 

Students in ('oinnu'reial Department 20 

Students in Eloeution Dc^partment 50 

S])eei a I Students 14 

MUSK J di:partmi^:nt. 

Students in Instrumental Music 72 

Students in Tliorou!j;h IJass ItJ 

Students in Vocal Culture ^52 

ART DFPARTMKNT. 

Students in Landscajie Paintinii; 21 

Students in ('rayon inn; 10 

Students in Portrait (Jrayoiiini!: 5 

Students in China Paintinu; •> 

Students in Pencil Dravvinu; 4 

Students in Water Colors 1 

(Fall Term VX\ 

Nnmher hy Terms : Winter Term ISt; 

(Sprin-;Terin \\)\) 

Whole iSundier hv Teiins 5ilS 



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un.r.r A-vfM'ORT i>T( kin>(->x sK-\riNATn . 



IM^IZKS AWAIiDKI) IN ISsi. 



I UK J'i:ksii)Km > iMHZK k<m: k\( km.knck in \v!mtin(; wr) f>kijvkkin<^ an 

oi: A'l ION : 



Miss (Jci'ti-udc 1 1. I loiick, ( fn-sl 
Miiioix M. Stevens, (second.) 



(".-irlisle. 
>[eM(l()W ( }m|). 



TIIK 1 \» 11 IN n:i/.K |-(H: K\( KI.I km K in WIMIINC and IM:AI)IN(i AN KSSAV 



Adellxrl A. Kirk. 



Williaiusjxu- 



II"-: \ii>. K. .1. (.\:\\ \'\:\/.i: loi: i:\< ki.i.kn< k in im:ai)IN<;: 



M i^> Niii.i \]. r>. M( Kee, ( liist. ) 
rii(nn;is('. llopkiii^, (second,) 



DiiHoislowii 
Wesl Decatin. 



Till. (HAIM.KS ». MISSINA I'lil/K I<.|: I! \ ( K 1 .1 KNCK IN I) K( I, A M A'l l( JN : 



Misv Kill,. I |\ vkell. 



WaiiiorV Maik 



II, i"i:<»i K>^<.i: \.j iKiKi; riM/K ink i ii:>t i'i:i/.k kok- k,\( km,kn( k in instim 

\IK.N I \ I MIsK : 



M I---- Sophie Il-( IhhIkicIi. 



Mill 



Oil 



II Ki.iiiM A <<• n:i/K> INK ^K((»Ni> \Ni) Tiiii:i> n.'i/K- |-oi: k\< km knck in 

1N> I IMMKN I A I, Ml >|< ; 



^Ii--- .Minnie I.. Mii^mt. i second. ) 
Mi^^ Mlla ( iehrel. I liird. ) 



Driftwood. 
\ViHiains])ort. 



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COUKSES (;K S1^JI)'^'. 



In order to meet the wants of a larii^er class of Students, ei^ld re.L-adar 
(\)iirses of Study are ])rovided, namely: Tlie Normal Kn,!j:lisli. Belles 
I.ettres, Seienee and Literature, (Massieal, (^)11('L!,(' Pi'eparatory , Art, Music, 
and (Commercial, Students may adopt any of these Courses exclusively, or 
may select such studies from them as tlun' desire, suhjeet to the approval 
of the Faculty. 

The Ts'ormal Kn<i;Hsh is desiuned to meet the inereasiiiLi; demand tof 
teachers in oui' Common Schools, and is heartily commended to yoiim: 
ladies ami ^cidlemen who desii-e thoi'ouLih instruction and drill in the 
Kn.!j.lish hranches. To those who comi)let<' this Course a l)ii)loma. exprcss- 
inii; the seholarshi[) attained, will he ii;iven. 

The Helles Lettres (\)Ui'se is specially ari-ani;('d to accommodate nouiil: 
ladies who may wish to omit the lliii,lier Mathematics heyond l':iementaiy 
Alii-ehra and (leoinetry. It thus alVoi'ds oppoitunity to connect studies in 
Music and AiM with a well selected Course in Literature and Science. 

The Course in Science and Literature is intended to Liive wider culluic 
and more thoi-oui;h mental discipline. It ditVeis fiom the Classical Coms( 
maiidv in that it omits the Creek Lan^iiaii-c <'ntirel\, and make- Latin 
elective withCerman or Ficnch dui-inu" the tirst twoyeais. liefoic enterin- 
upon this Course, the Studeid must he t liorouu^hly accpiainted with the 
Conunon LniJilish hranches. 

The Classical (\>urse is much more extensive than is ordinarily pursued 
at Seminaiies. It will compaie favorahly with llie cnrricnlum a(io|»le<l l»\ 
oui- hest institutions of leaiMiinii-. We oiVei' it with eiitiic contidcncc lo 
younn: men who are j)i'epai'inLi,' for professional life, and also to yoiniLi" ladie- 
who asj)ire to supei'ior intelh'ct ual culture. The preparation h)r this ( 'om<( 
is a thoi-oui^h knowlediic of the studies einhiaced in t he Academic ( 'om<c. 

The ('()ll(M.-c |*re|)arator\ Course is arranged for those who desire tlior 
oii^h insti'uction and systematic diill in all hranches reipii^ite for a<lmission 
to our hest Collei2:es and Cni vei'sit ies. We commend it specially lo |»arenN 
who wish to place their <ons under the watchful <are of expeiienccfl 
teachers, while thev receive the liteiarv culture of a hiirli !J.rad<' institution 
of learnimr, and eniov Hh' social advantai^es of a vvell-reL!;ulated Chiislian 
home. 



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WITJJA:NrSI»ORT DKKTXSOX SlOriXARV. 



A(\\1)KMI(^ (^OIMJSK 

Tlii> ('.MMMMNill -IX.' llK.n.ii-li inslniction n.id drill in llic C.mmon Kn-lisli hrMiichcs :nn\ 
.•«Kn prepare the Stu.U'ut f..r admissi,,,, to the \w^Uvv (\„irses. Classes are Wnmvil each term 
lor iH-in,,,,,^ and advan.vd Sti.d(.„|s, in Arit l.n.elie, (Jranunar, ( Jeouraphv, llistorv, Al-ehra 
(Jeonietrv and Ijitin. 



Fall Tekm. 



WiNTEK Tekm. 



.^PK'KNG TfaIM. 



{ Antlinu'tic, (Kobinsoii. ) 

Grammar, (llarvey.) 
(Geography, (Swinton.) 

( Aritlmietic, (Robinson.) 

(Jrammar, (Harvey. ) 
( (ico.^'raphy and Ma]) I)ravvin<;-. (Swinton. j 

( Arithnietic, (Jiobinson.) 
(xraninnir, (Harvev.) 



( (J('o,irra])hy and Ma]) Dniwinu'. (Swinton.) 

SIX ONI) VKAK. 

( Arithnu'tic, (Fish's Compji.h., Robinson.) 
I (Tranimar, ( Harvey. ) 
; History Fnitcd Slates, (Lossinn:. ) 
i Latin I^'ii-st Lessons, ( LeiM-hton. ) 
Hook-Keepini;- opti(»iinI. 



Fail Tkk.m 



• f Arithmetic Mental and Written. 
i (JraJinnni-, ( Ilafvey. ) 
\N iMKi: Tkk'm. ; History I'nited Stntes, (Lossino. ) 

j Latin ( Jrnmmar and Ke.'uh'i- "Aden A' (Jreenon'di. ) 
t P>ook-j\eej)inL^- o|)tioi)nl. " 

f Ai-itlinietie Reviewed. 

I I'^niilish Analysis. 

Spi:iN(; Tki;m. ^ AIu:ebra, fRoi.insonV Kh'nients. ) 

I i^.Mtin Syntax and (\*esar (Aden vV: (d-eenonoh. > 

I l><)ok-Keej)inu- optional. 

SpeNin-, R'eadii.- Rennia nship, ( 'on. posit ion and Deehimation Mirou-li- 
'Mil the ('()m-s<'. 

lAaininalion. tor adniisM.ui to any Course a])ove tlie Aca(h'inie wid b<- 
'"■'•' ""' ^'■'■"•"' '•••'> '*'■ *'^'<l' "■'••". <l...n,uli Stu(hMits (Mmdn- at anv time 
'l'"i"- '•"• I'l-iii iii.-iy l>e examined when thev enter. 



NouMAL i:\(iLisii (^()i'i{sr:. 



, '''"; * '7'^'' '^ ''•■^'^"•■•' '" M<-.nnnnndat.. ynnn^ n.en and w.muM, wln.se lin.e tor srhooi i. 
I""i"'"l. .'"id e^pccally tlioM'ul.n are preparin- to tea.'ii ii 
'''" '"■ -'^••l' "> ll">-e wlh, (-..niplctc the Cnui'^e. 



ill oniConnnon Schools. .\ Diploma 



Fa I I Tkkm. 



.H NIOR \\']\\{. 

(Arithnn tie- Written and Mental ( Fish's ( oniplete, Rob- 
j Fn.d.sh (,ranunar, (Harvey.) | j„,,„^ , 

-^ ('eoo-rapli\ . ( Swinton. ) * 

History I'nited States, ( Fossino-. ) 
l>ook Keeping- optional (RryantcV Stratton.) 



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Wl.N'lKJi TkKM. 



Si*mN(} Tkiim. 



FaM TVAIM. 



Wi.N'rKi: 'i'Ki;\r 



( Aritlnnetie Wi'itten and Mental (l^'ish's (^>m|)Iete, liob- 

; FnL!;lish (Jiammar, (Hai'vey.) jinson.j 

! ( Jeoi2;i-aj)hy and Maj) Drawiii!^-, (Swinton.) 

( History Fnitcd States, (Fossinu. j 

i Ai-ithmetie Written and Mental ( Fish's ( 'ompletc, Rob- 

i Fn!i;lish (irammar, (Harvey.; |inson.; 

; Algebra, ( Robinson's Flemerds. ; 

1 Ro()k-Kee])ini!: ()j)tional ( Rryani tV: Stratton.; 

SFNI()J( VFAI{. 

( Ilistoi'v, (Swinton's Ontlines. j 

i ('ivil (Jovernment, (^'oung.) 

■ Algebra, (Robinson's I^lements. i 

I Physiology, ( Ihitehison. ) 

I Ilistoi-y, (SwiidoiTs Outlines. ) 

I Rhetoric, ((^uackenbos. ) 

I Fhysical ( Jeography, (Houston.) 

i Natural Fhilosoj>hy, ( Feck's ( ianot. Revised.) 

! ( fconu't rv, ( W<'id woiM h. > 



Si'iiiNo Teijm 



Rhetoric, f C^uaekenbos. ; 
Fh\sical (jreoiiraj)h\ , (Houston.) 
Natui'al Fhilos()j)hy, ( Feck's ( Janot 
( Jeoniet r\ , ( Went woit h. ) 



Revised, 



i'.i<:i.i.i':s LKmnos coi'iiSE. 

I pon eoinpiet inLM his ( 'onrse t he St iident will he eiit itletj to the l)e;j,ree of Mistress of |-]nL;li^li 
-iteratnic — \1. K. L. 

SOFHOMOF.F VFAR. 



Fa LI Tkiim. 



WiNiEi; 'I'kiim 



Si'iiiNc 1'ki;m 



i Arithmetic, ( l^^'ish's ( 'omj)le1e. ; 

j I^nglish (Ji'ainmar, (Harxcy.) 

; HistoiA Fnited Stales, ( Fossing. ) 

] Fa till. ^ 

I l^'reiieh. - I^le<-t i\c. 

1 (Jerman. ) 

[ Fhysical (Jeography, (Houston.; 

i Alg(d>ra. (Robinson's I'deinents. ; 

I iMiglish (irammar, ' Ilarv<'y. ; 

History Fnited States, ( FossiuLi". * 

I Fat in. ) 

I Freiieh. Fleetive. 

! ({erinaii. ) 

I Fhysical ( Jeograj)liy. (Houston.) 
I Algebra. ( Rol)insoir^ l^leiiients. ) 
lOnglish Analysis. 

Fatiii. I 

French. Fleetive. 

^^ German, ) 



;() 



\N ILI.l AMSI'OKT IUCKINSON SKMINARV 



ANM \I< < A I AlJXil I 



-11 NioK vi:ah 



II 



istoTN , ( Swintoifs 



Oull 



incs. ) 



WiMKi; Tki^vi, 



Kali Tkk'm 



l*livsi()l()Lt\ , ( Ilulchisoii. ) 

>>'alnrnl lMiil()S()])liy, ( l\'('k's ( Jnnol, KN'viscd, 

Civil ( J()\ {'nniu'iit, (Younj^-. ) 



i History, { Swintoirs Oiitrmcs.; 

j Klhtoric, ((^iiiickcnhos. ) 

' Alii-chi'M, (Uobinsoirs rnivcisil \ . j 

: ijutin (fi'MmmMi-MiHl Render ( All<ii cV ( ir<'eii- > 



\N'iNiKi: Tkl'M, 



Sl'IMNii TF.L'Nr 



Latin. 

Frenc^li. 

(Jennjin. 

History, (S 
Klietorie, (( 
Natural V\\ 

Latin. 

French. 

( Jernian. 

IJhetorie. (( 
( iconiet ry, ( 
I>()tany. ((Ji 
Latin. 

I French. 

1 (Jei'inan 



} 



Fleet 



ive 



French. 
(German, 



Khetoric, ((^uuekenhos. 



oim'h 



1:1 



eel I \ (■ 



!•' \ i I TKirM 



Win I 1.1: Tki'M 



j Fnii'lish Lit 

I Moi'al Sciei 

' Z()(")l()ii'\', ( ( 

I ( ieoloi^-w ( I 

[ Folitical F( 

{ .Mental Sci( 

' Cheinistrv, 



I 



ir 1 e 



( 







( Astronoinx 



enees < 



Sn;i \<; Ti'.K'm 



\ F\i(l 

•. Mi'ntal Sci( 

( ( iieini^t r\ . 



coriisi'; IN s( 



I III III 



loiiiplct lli'j the l« iil( i\\ 111' 



r.;irli('|(>i ()(' SciciH'c 



Iki^-C IKtl \S I- 



h(\ I Ic-irc. - II 1> ifci 1(1 Mh' .'mM ii >n < » 



SO 



I lislory. ; S 
( 'i\ il ( i()\'er 



l'^ \ I I Tl'.KM 



Al 



LZchi'a 



in 



I 



I 



Lat 

French. 

(merman, 



) 






! • > V 

i Alu^ebni. ( R( 


winton's ( )iitlines. ) 


\ 


,1 Si'iJiN(5 TFjni. 


(Teometrv, ( ) 
; Latin Syi 


(2uackenl)()S. ) 






French. 


il()S()])hv, (Peck's (ianot, Kevised.) 

) 

■ Flective. 






(Jernian. 








V 






- 1 


r 

2uackeid)()s. ) 






•1 


( Went wort il. ) ' 






J Fnii" ish Lite 


I'ay. ) 






Fh\ sioloir\'. 


i 






(geometry, ( ^ 


Flective. 




j^\\i 1. TKirM. 


Natural Fhil 


) 






; Latin Ca' 
i Fi'ench. 

1 


SFMOR VFAIJ. 






(iennan. 


ei'ature, (Shaw. ) 
ice, ( WaylaiK . ) 






; Natural I*hil 
; Mental Fhih 

f 1 1 • 


)rton.) 
)ana. ) 


i 


Win iKi: Tkk'm. 


1 i"i!i:on(nnet I 
; I^atin \'ii 


•ononn , ( \V'a\ land (1ia])in. ) optiona. 


% 




Fi'cnch. 


• « II 






! (iei'nian. 


'nee, ( \\ aylainl. 








( Fliot A: Stoi-ei". ) 






I^videiices 


)])('('. ) 






Menta Fhih 


( Ray. ) 






i>otan\. ((fi" 

• 






SiMMN(; Tkkm. 


Survey ini:-, ( 


)f Chi-istianity, ( Falcy. ) 




• 


Latin Vi 


'lice. ( Way and. ) 






French. 


1 I'Jini vV Storer. ) 






1 

( (Jernian. 








; Moi'al Scien 


'^NCK AM) . ^rKIJA'ri'KK. 






1 ( f colony, ( I) 




( 


r All 1 KK'M. 


/()(")l()!j:y. ' Oi 


Cdiir-c 1I1C Siiidciit will he entitled to the Decree of 
liiiiL: to take the whole ( 'omsc cnii ])iirsiie such stiulies a< 


\ 


/ 


! Folitica Fc( 
Analytica ( 


f the l'',Mcillty. 






Loiiic, ( ("op 


)ni()M()RF VFAR. 




WlNIKi: 'PKIiM. 


dieinistry 
.\strononi\. 


winloiTs ( )utliiies. ) 






! Calculus. 'C 


nmeiit, ( ^'ounii;. ) 








Johinson's P^lenients. ) 






; IJutler's An: 


irst Lessons ( Leiuhton. ) ) 

Fleet i\'e. 




SplMNd TkK'M. 


Chemist r\ 

* 

' Fnii:lish, Fa 


} 




1 


^ Calcuhis, (( 



)binson's University 
Wentwortli. ) 
ntax and Rcadci". } 



Fleclive 



) 



ICNIOR VFAI 



!-at ui"e, ( Shaw 
( I lutchison. ; 
Wentwortli. ) 



oso|)li\ f Feck\s ( Janot. Re\'is<Ml. ? 
'sai- S\nt:i.\ ^ Allen cV ( Jreenouiih. ) 



Fleclive 



osophy, ( Feck's (i:inol , Rcxi^ed. 
)Soph\', ( W:i\ hand. ; 
\ . i W heeler, i 



r^il ' ( 'h;ise. ) ) 



Flecii v( 



f Christi:inily. 1 Faley 
)sO|)hy. ( W:iyl:ind. ; 
ay. i 

Murr:iy. ; 
ri:il ( ( 'h;ise. ) ) 



led i\ e 



) 



sFNioi: \\:\\ 



ce. ( \\ :iyl;ind. 1 

ina. ) 

ton. ) 
onoinw { W ;i\ Kind ( 'inioin 



icoinet v\ 



p<'e. ) 



Oil 



ie\ 



with Lecture^ llliol ^V Sioici 
I R:iy. ; 
)lne\ .) 



doii\ . ( Imuoia vV ( rook->. 



\\ 



ith Lectures (Fliot vV Slorer 



;t and Fresent. ' Trench. 
)lnev.; 



;52 



WIM.IAMSPORT DK^KINSON SIOMINAKY 



ANM \l. ( A rAI.<)(n K 






i 



I 



(^LASSKWL (H)UR8K 

Ipon coniplctini^^ \\w followiim Course the Student will hv entitled to tlie l)e.<rree of Haelielor 
of Alts. 11iose iu)t wishiuir to complete the Course can i)ursue suc^li studi<'s as they desire, 
subject to the action of the 1^'acultv. 



Sim:in(! TKiiM. 



I Butler's An;il()ij:v, ( Eniofy cV: (brooks. ) 

I (^licniistrv with LccMirvs ( Kliol A: Storcr 

; (\m1cu1us, (Olucy.) 

I Lilt in 'I'acitus (Jcfinanin nwd A^ricola. 

[ ( Jrcck — DcmostluTU'S Orations. 



i 



Fa 1.1. Term, 



WlNIKIJ TfflJM, 



Sl'lilN(; TKli.M. 



K.\i,i. Tkijm. 



W I N IKK' TkK'M, 



Si'iM \<; 'I'i:i:\i. 



I 



F \ I I Tkl-m, 



WiNiKi: Tkijm 



SOJMIOMOJIE VEAll, 

History. (Swintou's Outlines.) 

Civil (Toverniueiit, (Youui;-. ) 

Ali!:el)ni, (Robiiisoirs Elements.) 

Latin — Ca'sar. 

(Ti-eek— First Lessons, (Wliite;) (Irainunir, (Goodwin.) 

History. (Svvintoirs Outlines.) 

I Khetorie, ((iuackenhos. ; 

[ Alo:e])ra. (Rol)ins()n\s University.) 

1 Latin- Viro:il-((1iase. ) 

i (Jreek -First Lessons, (White:) (iraniinar, rGoodvvin. ) 

( Rhetoric, ((iuackenbos. ) " 

Alii'ehra, ( JlobinsonV University.) 
(Jeoinetry, (Wentworth. ) 
Latin Virnil (diase.) 
(Ji'eek Anabasis. 



f 



L 

r 



L 

f 



I 



JU^IIOK VKAIJ, 

Kniilisli Literature, fShaw.) 

Natural Philosoj)hy, ( Peek's Uanot. Revised.; 

I^hysiolooy, ( Hutchison. ) 

(Teoinetry, (Wentwoi'th. ) 

Latin N'iruiL (Ohase. ) 

(ireek Anabasis. 

Mental I'hilosophy. (Wayland.) 

Natural Fhil()so])hy, ( Peek's (janot. Revised.) 

Lriiionometry, ( Wheelei'. ) 

Latin Oicero- Orations. 

(ireek Homer Iliad. "* 

Evidences of Christianity, ( Paley. j 
Mental I'hilos()|)hy, ( Wayland./ 
Survcyim;-, ( ALirray. ) 
Latin Cicero Orations. 
(H(<'k Homer. 



SKNIOK ^ LAP 



I o 



f >L)|-al Science, ( Wayland. ) 

I Political iM-onomy, ( Wayland Cliapin.) 

; ( icoloL^y, ( Dana. ) 

) Analytical (Jeomcli-y. (Olrjcw) 

j Latin Horace. 

[^ Greek Xeno])h()n Mcmoiabilia. 

I LoL^ic, ( ( 'opj )('■('. ) 

I Chemistry with Lecluics ( Lliot .V Storer. j 

Asti'onomw ( I^aw ) 
' ( alculus, (Olncy. ) 
I Latin J /ivy. 
1 Greek l^hito A])ology and Crito. 



\ '"^ 



(J()LI.K<iK I'HKl'AJiATOIiy ( ^OULiSK. 

This C()in-s(r is arrant^M'd for those who desire to prepare for admission to any American 
(U)lle<,^e or I'niversity. Students may enter it at any point for which tiuw are j)rej)ared. 
Ttiose comi)letinL^ it will receive a Diim.oma. 

SOPHOMORL VLAP. 



Fai.i. Tkijm. 



WlNlKIJ TeICM. 



SpRiN(i Tfj;m. 



Fai.i. Lkiim 



WiNiKL' Tkl-m 



SiMM.XC LfJIM 



Fai.i. Tkijm 



l^atin First Lessons ( Leii-hton. ) 
I (ireek First Lessons- ( WJiitc : ) (Jrammar 
{ Arithmetic, ( Robinson's C()m|)let('. i 
I (irammar, (Harvey. ) 
[ American History, (Lossinu. ) 



(( Joodwin. 



Latin- (Ti-ammar and Jvea(h'r—( Allen tV (i reenoui^li. ) 
(Jreek- -First Lessons (White;) ({rammar ((Joodwin.) 
Arit hmetic, ( IvobinsoiTs C^)mplete. ) 
(Grammar, (Harvey. ) 
American IPistorv, (Lossini''. ; 

Latin Synta.x and Ca'sar (Allen ^V: ( Jreenouiih. ) 
I (Jreek — Anabasis. 
] Knii'lish Analysis. 
t Arithmetic (\)mplete(l. 
( Alu'cbra, (Pobinsoifs FJements. ) 

JUMOP VLAP. 



I Latin Ca-sar. 

(J reek Anabasis. 
! Ali;-ebra, ( PobinsoiTs l^lements. ) 
[ History. ( Swinton's Outlines. ) 

I Latin \'iruil (Chase.) 
I (wreck Anabasis. 

( Jeomet ry, ( Went wort li. ) 
i History, ( SwintonV Outlines.) 
( J^hctoric, ( (^uackcnbos. ) 

f Latin- Viruil i Chase. ; 

(fi'eek Anabasis. 

( Tcomet ry, ( Went wort h. ) 
; Phetoric. ( (^uackenbos. ) * 

SKNIOP VLAP. 

! Latin Virgil- ( ( "base. ) 

I (fre(d\ Prose. 

; Natural Philosophy, ( Peck's ( ianot, Peviscd.) 

I (Geometry, ( Wentworth. ) 

! Physiology, ( Hutchison ) Optional. 



t 



w 



1 \ I i: i: I I'. i:\i 



Sn:i \<; 'l'i<:i.'\i 



\\ ll.l.l AMSIMUM DICKINSON SI.MlNAin 



l.;irm ( 'iccro— ( )l";irK>iis. 

(Jrcck lloincr Iliad. 

Nalmal IMiilosoplix , i rack's ( iaiiol, Kcx i^cd 

Mental lMiil(>s()|)h\ , ( Waylaiid. ' 

Lai ill ( 'icci'o ( )rarHMi^. 
(Ji'cck Homer Iliad. 
Menial riiilosopliN . (Waylaiid.) 
Latin Pi'ose. 



MODKIJN L.\N(aA(il';S. 



( J ram mar, i Selimit /.. ! 

A liiT^ Synopsis. 

S|>raeli(lenklelire, ( W ui-^l . 
, Ueader, (Otto. > 
( ii i;\i \ \ ( "oi i:>i: W'illielm Tell, i Sell il lei'. ) 

Jim^t'raii von ()rleans, (Schiller.) 

I phiiicnie aid" Taiiris. ( Jcel lie. ) 
' l'\Miist. > ( J(et he. ) 
' I )iet ioiiary. ( .\dler. ) 

liiiekin^hanf s JMiLicnes. 

.\ hic'Lic' <le La (Jrammaire P'raneaise. Noi'l et ('hap<al. 
Keader, ( Aim. ; 
Laiil et X'ifLi'inia. (St. I'ierre. > 
l'i:i:\( II ( ni i;-i . ('lassie IJeader, ( l)e b'isas. i 

( 'orinne, ( ^Ladame de StaCl. ! 
LW lleiiia^ne, ( .\Li(lame de Stac'l. 
Le^ Miserahles. ( \ ietor llimo. 
\ I )i( t ionary. . Siirrenne. ; 

I I II !< >\ >^;i. "")(> each, per t erin ol t \\ el vc w cek^. 



(Ol KSh; IN Ml SK 



I 



( :iim in Ihi- department will held <_:,i\c m f horonu,!! Musical l\dnea- 



1 h 'I 



1. h(.lh ill Ihc teeliiii(pie and the astheties of the art: and to this end 



Ml I \ 



>/, mild I'll 1 e\ 



)( M )|v> ;i 11(1 -^I IK lies will [»(• iise( 



:i IK 



The < i I adiial inj ( 'on i --e com pri>e^ seleeti(nis tVom the t'oll(>w iiiLi" studies, 

<<iipy ahoiit Ihree year^. Students eomplet inn,- the 



(IK leo |( ) (I 



( oiii-(, iiKliidiii'j INKn(Mi'^h lia--s. will reeeivc ;i Diploma. Lieeev adapted 

Im liic :iM Miiimcnl - of the piijiil ai'e '_ii\('ii from the tii'si. 

IdKST \\\\\{. 

Mnh!-'" National School lor the Lia no-l''orl e • New L!ii;-|and ( 'onsetw at or\' 
Method: I )ii \(rno\ '^ St iidic- i n Mechanism; llei/'s Studies, l>ook 1 and 'J: 
Kraii-e- Stndiev. op. 'I :iikI 1: Loesrhho'irs, op. {\{\; |*laid\'s Technical 



ANNl AL ('AIAI.(K;1 I 



>') 



Studies; Herrnrrs, op. 21) and 



:J2 



M 



ison's S\'stem of Accent: ; ("/,ern\ 



School i)\ N'elocily, l>ook 1 ami 2: Czeniy's 100 Piourcssi ve St udi<'s. (»p. \\\\), 



si:('()Ni) ^KAl 



Sudds' Nntiouul School toi" the riano-Korte; Czerny's Studies on the 
Alt of Dcvclopinji; liic Fiiiii:e?s, op. 740, I>()ok 1 and 2; (//ci-ny's School (d 
\'clo(-ity, liook ;>; Ilcr/'s Studic^s, IJook :>, 4 and 5; Moscheles, op. ?:> ; l\oh- 
Icr's Sjx'cial Studies, I»ook and Kxercises; Kolder's (/lassical School, from 
No. 1 tod: Mayer's Studies, oj). (11, Book 1 and 2; (Memcid's Preludes and 
Kxercises: I Feller^ St udies, op. 4(>, liook I and 2. 



riiiKi) ^^:Al^ 

(V.ei-ny's, op. 740, I>ook :}, 4, 5 and 0: Moscheles' Studies, op. 70: (1ein 



cut's Studies; (Ji'adus ami Parnassun; Cramer's Stmlies: Lis/Ls Stiidi 
ThalhcrL!: Studies: Schuman's St udies, op. K*. 



cs 



\<)('AL TKAIMN( 



l^'iijsr ^'^:Al^ Study of the Kenistei-s, the .Major Scale, SoHeniii, f iJa^sini 



Lahlache, (yoncoiu' oi- e(piivalent : ) some son 



(I's 



Skco.M) ^'KAl^ ( liromatic Scale, Minor Scale, Swelled .Notes. ( )iiiameiitv 
( l^assini, Concone oi- e(pMvalent;j some s(uil!s, .\ht, KiU'ckeii. (Jumhert 
Pi'och, Millaid, etc. i 



rilllil) ^ K A I!. - SolfcLiii'i. ' l>ordoL!,iii. ( 



( >ne<)ne. etc. . I vccit at ion. < )rat < n- 



and ( )pei'at ic Music 



TIIKom Ol'^ Ml SK 



l''iL'si ^'K\l:. IJudimcnts of ThoroiiLih L)a 



Sk< ONI) \ V. 



A i; 



.\. N. .lol 



iiison 



II 



iriiK ni\ 



4'iiiL*i) ^'^:\l^ \. N. Johnsoirs Hai-mony and llistoiy of Mii^ic. 

Students not wishini:" to take the ( ii'adiiat iiiL^- Liano ('oiirvc ma\ lake a 
('ourse on the IJccd Oi-^an. selected hy the teacher, and will he likewi>>e 
L^i'aided a Diploma, if they acipnre ahility in i-eadiiiLi ordinary church mii-ie 
at siLvht. and in a manner sutricicntly clear for |)ur|)o^e^ of aec(nnpaiiimeni . 

Students of the ( i I'aduat iii'j," Liaiio and <)rL?aii ('oiir^e^ :ire re(|uire(| lo joJK 
the ( ieneial Sini;in^- ( Mass. 

A full ('ourse of Xiolin PlayiiiL!,' has al'-o heeii ju'epared tor the lieiietil of 
those who ai'c sccd^ini:; supei"ioi- attainnn-nt^ in this department. 



All Music Scholars ha\'e Vocal Cultui'c /"/vv of c}nir<n, '"d ela^^es will onl\ 



he formed when four oi" m<M'e desire to enter thei 



n 



ANNTAI. CATAT.OOt-F.. 



37 






WILLI AMSIMUM DK KINSON SKMlNVm. 



^rriTlOX. Tkiim, I'J VVi:i:ks. 



Inst nmuMital Music, i^i.-mo of liccd ()ru!,:nL 

I sc of lustrmncnt, (Iwo pci'iods cnch dny, ) 

Pipe ( )rii,;m, -__-_-- 

lisc of Inslrinncnl, (one lioui' cncli day, ) 

Theory of 3[iisic, in classes of four or more, (ejich,) 

TheoiT of Music, to single |)U])ils, _ _ _ 

X'ocal Culture, in classes, _ . _ _ 

Vocal Culture, to sin^'le ])U])ils, _ . . . 

X'ocal Musi(*, in clnsses of ten or more, 

X'iolin Music, in classes of four, (each, ) 

Xiolin Music, to siuLile i)U[)ils, _ _ _ 

X iolin Music, in classes of t wo, (each,) 



^\2 {){) 



:} 


00 


18 


00 


10 


00 


() 


00 


- 15 


00 


Free. 


- 15 


00 


o 


00 


(> 


00 


15 


00 


S 


00 



NORMAL \n'SI(^ ("OriJSK. 

The LL TO w i n LL' love of Music has lariiclv increased the demand foi" comp;*- 
lent music leachei's. To meet this demand this Course is established. A\'e 
|)i('sen1 it with entiic contidence to those who desire to become skilled in 
their pi"ofes<ion. but who have not had oj){)ort unity for Noi'mal ti'aininu*. 

The Institution is am|)ly sup])lied with tii'st-class instruments, comprisinji: 
Ciand. ( pii^ilit and S(juare Pianos, with con\'enient access to a laru'c ami 
^upcrio!' Pipe ( )i'L:aii. 

The ( nui-e will extend throuuh one year, upon complet inii,* which the 
^tiiiicnt will lie entitled to a Diploma, wit h 1 he I)eii'i-ee of Hachcloi' of Music. 

A(l!iii--i< in to the Normal Class will be by I)i])loma. o?" uj)on examination 
i'l ' !"■ -1 udit - coiiipii^cd in oui- I'eLLulaf ''Course in Music," or their e(piiva- 

Aiiinii- i|i( -pccinl adxantaii'cs olTeivd ma\' be mentioned: (1) Cai'cful 
i'l"' inci idii li\ a t lioroui^lily educated (Jei'man Pi'ofcssoi- of acknowledii-ed 
ahilit.\ and \\ idf <\ pericnce : '2; Daily o|)poi-t unity to hear how t he (linVrent 
biaiiclic- (if Millie :wr t.MULilit: ( o ) Pi-actical work in leachinLf under the])ei--' 
^""■'<1 diiccliou (»f :i vnpeiior inst laictoi-: (4; Kare facilities for cult i vatinu" a 
<■'"'■''■' la^tc in Mu-ic. in conceits iiiven fi'oin tiuH' to time, and in weekly 
I'lihlic enicitainnient-. partU' musical, in the Seminary Chaix'l: (5) Connec- 
'""I \\ilha loii^ e^tablivhcd ;,,h1 widely known I/iteraiT Inst itutioiL whicii 
^^ '11 chccifully aid in ^ecuiinu- foi- its pu])ils positions as teachers. 

Six lessons will be -^iven each week, namely: Two in teachinii,- the 
l>I<nienl- (.f Mu^ie, two in teachim:- the Theoiw of Music, and two p|-i\'ate 
1<'^"'"|" oil IIh' I'iaiio oi' Ci-and Pipe ()|-oan, as i)referred. 



Tl ITION. Tki:m, 1\? \Vkkk> 

Se\('nt\-iWo Pe<soii<, - - - . _ 

I se of Piano for practice, (two periods each dav, ) 
I NC of Pij)e ( )r<^;in foi- piactice, (one hour each dav, ) 



^'31 00 

:^ 00 

10 00 



' \ 
h 



COVH^K IN AR1\ 

This departinenl is under the direction of a lady of i-arc ability and wide 
culture. Ilavino; added to the usual Art Curriculum in a Seminary tiie 
reo-ular (tourse at, a School of l)esi.ii;n, she is thorouo'hly (puditled to meet the 
most ri.irid demand for instruction in both the useful and ornamental branches 
of the department. 

The Course in Drawing comprises Linear, Perspective, Object and Model 
Drawing. Due attention is given to the branches of India Ink, Water Colors, 
Pastel and Crayoning— Portrait Crayoning being a specialty. The Course in 
Oil embraces Landscai^e and Portrait Painting. 

Students desiring a full Course in this department will, u])on satisfactory 
advancement in all its branches, be entitled to a Diploma. 



TUITION. -Term, Twelve Weeks, :]0 Lessons 

Monochromatic and Pastel Painting, (each, ) - - - 

Paintinu!: in Wati;r Colors, ------ 

Piunting in Oil, .------ 

Portrait Painting, ------- 

Pencil Drawing, ------- 

Poi'trait Crayoning, _-_---- 

('rayon Drawing, ------- 

Photograph Painting, _--*.--- 
China Decoratinir, ------- 



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Llocution is I'ccogni/ed as a most important branch of edu( ation. This 
department is under the su])ervision of a thoroughly (pialitie(l and exjxi-ienced 
teacher, and will include a careful vocal drill, and ])ractice in the entire range 
of expressioiL It will also embody such a variety of Kecitation and Pcad- 
imi's as may serve to exem|)lify t he (pialities and modulations (»f the voice, 
and W'ill covei" u-estui'c and action. 



coMNUonciAL i)i':i'AiriAN<:N'r. 

This Course is desiL!:ned to 'j.ivc a thorough ktiowlcdge of the pi-incij)les 
of business transactions. It may be pursued alone oi' in connection with 
other studies, thus accommodating t hose seeking a literary, as well as those 
seekim;- only a business educalioiL The time rcipiired to tinisli it will depend 
upon the |)roliciency of the pupil in the JMiglish bran(dn-s, and the diligence 
with which he works. Individual instruction is giveiL ami the Student can 
advance as rai)idly as his abilities will adndt. 






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'Iliis >iihj('(l. :is .111 iiidispciisnblr coiiditioji of all siicccsst'ul husiiicss life. 
will I'cccixc careful allentiou. The Sludent will l)ei;"in with the siniplesi 
cleineiils. and will he e(mdueted throui^h thorough and coiiiprehensive sets, 
einhodyiuii: the principles and practices of Single Proprietor, Partnerslni)s, 
(\)nin\issi()n, Jobhing and Ini])orting Business, Changing from Single to 
Double Entry, Farm Accounts with six-column Jourmil, ik,c. 

The sets to be written u]) are specially adapted to a preparation for actual 
business life, some of them being taken from the largest firms of New 
York citv. 

PEXMANSHIl^ 

Cai-eful instruction will be alforded in both Pltiin and Ornamental Pen- 
manship. The importance to a business man of a neat, legible, I'apid hand- 
writing caiuiot be overestimated. ()p])ortunity will be given, to such as 
desii-e, lo become accomplished in Pen Fjetterinii;, Pen Drawinii- and P^lour- 

ishiuLi. 

COJIKESPONDENCE. 

liidei- (his head will be included not only Letter Writing, l)ut Business 
Pajx'rs of vai'ious forms, embracing all negotiable Papers, such as Notes, 
Di'afts. Checks, Keceij)ts. ikr. 

COMMEPa JAL TAW AX!) POIdTK AL ECONOMY. 

l>csi<l('s t he regular class instruction in these brandies, licctures will be 
Li^iven fi-oin time to time bv the ablest Lawyers in the citv, and l)y the 
Pr('--idcnl. 

(()MMEB( lAL AKITJLMETK . 

Pait icular alleiilioir will begiventothe Principles of Interest, Discount. 
Stocks. Pait iiersjiij) Settlements. Commission. Taxes, Insurance, Ivpiation 
'»f Pn\iii(iil>. Exchange. c\:c. 

(JKADLATION AND DiPLO>L\. 

Ill .iddirKMi to the ahovc Studies, the (Jraduating Course includes English 

< "'•■I'liiiiar ;iii(l Political ( Jeogi-ai)h \ . Dijilomas will be awai-(h'd to all persons 
pii^^-iip.!' the ic<|uii-cd cxainiiiat ions. 

ADVANTAiiES. 

"^1 iKhiit ill till- dcpaitnicnt will have all the oppoi'l unit ies b)r general 

< iiitnrc nlTordcd to Students in other dei)ai1ments. assured by well-conducted 
kill laiv Societies. Pcadiiig Koonis. large Liln-aries, association with ex])eri- 
' iKid tcicln r^. ;ii)d the rclininL:' iidluences of a ('hiastian home. 



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I i-Mik- Krcpiii- ;iii(| lbi--ine>-- ( '(tu!-se. Mime unlimited, j 
Tx .(»k- K ccpin',^ alone. ' term of t liree niont lis. ) . _ _ _ 

Piaclical Pcninanship. (term of three months.) - . . 

< 'iiiainental Peiinia nship. ' term of 1 hree moid lis, ) 

l»"-'M-d. Po<»ni. Wa^hiim, Ac. same as in other depai't meiits. 

ILME POP ENTER! N(;. 

students may enter this department at any time in the Academic year, a 
l;iir knowledi^c of the I'higlish l)ranches being the only re(piisition. 



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A Normal Clans will be organized during the Fall and Spring 
Terms for tliose who desire to teacli. The C'oui'se will c()m])reheiid 
special instruction and drill in the branches taught in Public Sidiools. 
practic^d work in teaching under the direction of nunnbers of tbc - 
Faculty. an<l Lectures on the Theory of TcachiuLi' by the Pi'csidcnt 
.V{? I'xtra ('/ia/]L^e 7('/7/ /v in a if r. 

We shall not be ready to I'eccivc Stu<lents bcd'orc tbe Hrst da\ ol 
tbe term. On the second day classes ai'c fornuMh a term scduMlidc tor 
I'ccitations adopte(l. ami lessons assigne(l. 

StU(kMits fi'om otbcr scdiools ma\' enter an\ class on passinu a 
satisfactory examination in the pre\ ions studies of the Course, or their 
(Mjuiyalents. The examination may be \\aiye<l if the Faculty are 
othcj'wise assin'ed tbat it is imnecessar\. 

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"^rhe lanouaige "elected " in tbe Course in Scii^Mice and Literature 
will be retained tbroui»'bout the I'CMpniX'd two years. 

The la<lies are allowed to substitute a Coin'se in .Music. Drawing 
and Faintino-. (icrujan or l^'rencb. for tbe (ireek Language and lor 
>Vnal\tical (ieonudry and Calculus. 

< )rtho«»rai>hy. l^tymolo«'\, lu'adinii. (Composition and I )eclaniat ion 
t lirongboiit all t he ( 'ourses. 

Tbe classes in Tri<'on<Miiet r\ an<l Siii\ ex iiiLi ai"e ui\*'»i siuli lield 
drill as will fainiliari/e tbeni with practical sim-\ cyinLi. 

In tbe <lepart nu'nts <d Ancient ami .^b^del■ll Languages tlie cl:i<sevx^ 
ai"e pi"actic(Ml in <M'al and wi'itten exercises tbrougboiit tbe (oiiise 

Lectures will be iiixeii from time to time in the \arioiis depart 
nients. 

A Uiblical Class will also be lornie<l lor tbe l>enetit (d such as 
haye the Ministry in \iew. if <lesii'ed. 



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:iii<l ncccssihlc nt nil times, indicate sonic of tlic rcli«'i()Ns influence^ 
l>r(ni<4'lil (t) hear upon llic yniinn' in \V'iHianis|i()i-t 

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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSOI"^ SEMINARY 

Is an Tnstitution of liigl, grade', witli aiiipk. facilities for irivin.!-- yoimo- 
^ ladies and yxMitlonicn a siiiKM-ior cdiu-ation It is organized upon tlie 
J.lans whieli liave l.een approve.! by long experienced and adopted l)y 
the l)est schools in this country, enduacing all nuxlern appliances in 
nu.ans an.l methods of inslriu-tion. it was foun.led in 1S48, an.! is 
regidarly chartered l.y the Legislature of the State <.f I'ennsylvania. 
and authorized to confer degrees upon those who complete the pre 
scnhed Courses of Study. 

The Seminary is under the patronage of the Central Pennsylva 
Hia ('onlerence. being owned and practically managed l.y the Preach- 
ers Aul Society. As this investnu'nt was rather to"pn.m(.te the 
""l""-tMnt work of Higher Christian K.lucath.n than to make nu.ney 
""■ I'.'n-ani.M.nt puri.ose is to cond.ine tliorougl, inslrnclion and care 

'"1 """■■•'1 O-amiug with the comforts of a g. horn... at (he lowest 

possible rales. 

I.OCATION. 

\Villiamsp,,rt is ,nu. of ll„. most beautiful and healthy places in 
"he Stat... It has n,.ver b,..,, subj,.,-t to epi.lemics of' any kin.l 
•M.-my .-oming to ih,. school in poor health have returm",! fully 
■-.■stored. Th.. eity is sitnal..! on the West IJranch of the Sus.p.e 
I'anna K'lver. lias a population of twenty thousand, is wi.lely known 
Inr Its iiilellig,.ne,.. its ..nterpris... the taste .lisplaye.l in the character 
-.1 its publ,ebiiil,|i,msaud private resi,lenc..s. and the nuu-al appli 
^mcs xMtl, „li,.-h it is furnislu.d. in small towns an.l villa..es th.. 
b-'cililics l,,r cnltnre--Hii1,.lleeti.al as well as a'sthelie and moral— are 
generally li,nil,.d. rarely ivaehing beyond the institution itself, and 
hence student life must bec,,nie monotonous, lacking the inspiralio 
which a larger pla<-e with wi.ler opp,,rl iiniti,.s affords. Twenty seve.. 
'■hur.-lies. an a,-tivc lemperan.-.. organizati.ui. an.l a branch' of the 
^onng Mens Cliristi.an Association, embracing many of the most 
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The buildings occupy an eminence overlooking tlie city, and are 
surrounded by beautiful sliade ti*ees, while the grounds contain fivc^ 
acres, affording ample room for exercise and play. They are brick, 
heated by furnaces in tlie cellar, and sup])lied throughout witli ])ure 
mountain watei". 

l)oth depai'tments are rurnishecl with bath-rooins and all modern 
aj)pliances foi* coml'oi't, and in the entii'c ai'i'angement ol' the buildings 
gi'cat cai'c has been taken for the convenience and lu^alth of the 
occupants. 



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The latlies' aj)artments ai'e entii'cly separate IVom the othei's, a//{/ 
fJierc is no association of tJw sexes />/// in llie presence of t/ieir iiisfructors. 
I'lie ha])py influeiu*e, mutual/v e.xer/ed, in tlieii' slight association in 
the recitation room, at the tal)le, and in the public exercises of the 
(^ha])el, is to be seen in the cultivation of a cheerl'ul and animate(l 
disposition, in the lormation of" good habits and njanners, in ai'dent 
devotion to studs', and in the attainment ol" hiiih moi'al chai'acter. 
The^e, with manv other valuable results, have ^'stablisluMl the fact 
that the best plan t'oi" a school is. according to the evi<lent design ot" 
Providence in the constitution ot" Societx. on the basis oj" a well- 
regulated Christian family. 7/ie /neni/'c/s of flic Juicitlfx /ire in flic 
/nfi/(/i//^^\ cat a/ f/ic sa/jie fa/^/cs, and liare C(^ns/anf ()rc)-si;^lit of a// tlie 
St H lie fits. 

iMivsi(;.\L iihLvi/ni. 

IJecogni/ing the impoilauce of j>h\sical culture, ample provision i^ 
made tor a|»j)ropi'iat(' athletic sports, as well as I'oi* s\stcmatic ph\si 
cal dex'elopment A militarx comoanx' is ori»ani/e(l. with dailv <lrill 
dui'ing recreation hours. I'oi- the gcntletncn who desire to join il, 

^Suitable exei'cise is pro\ ided lor the ladies in calisthenics and light 
gynmastics, under the dii'cction of a competent teacher. The licntlc 
men not. belonginL:,- to the military i*ompan\ and a// \\w vomiLL" ladies 
are re<prn-cd to participate in these exercises. 

Lectui'es on irealth will also be gi\'en IVom time to time, by an 
cnjinent physician. 



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KOOMS AND FliRNlTdliF.. 

^I1i(' rooms arc lar^c'r tli.MM in most hoiinlino- schools, the ladies" 
iK'iiio- I(;xi:^ Irct, and t lie ovnl IcMncnV 20x9.] IWL They aiv lurnishiMl 
with all heavy articles, afu/ if drsirnt any room will ],c entirely 
iin-nished: l,nt Students ,nay hrin,- their own sheets, (for double 
beds,)|)illows, piUow-cjises, blankets, c()unter[)anes, mirrors and lamps, 
and thus lessen the expense. 



KXI^ENVSES. 



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in Classical and Scientific Course, 0)cr vcar ) - - _ . 

III Classicnl .-iikI Sciciilitic Course, (iici- term i>f Vl wi-eks, ) 

111 ('(1111111(111 Hnu'lisli Course, (]ier vear.) 

In Coiiiiiion Kiin-lisli Course, fpei- icriii of 1',' weeks. ) 

When n„,n,s .uc eiiCirely liiniisl„.(i. .^1.", will l.e M.lded per ycMr 
<"■ -"r^'i |'.T I. .rill, lur eaeli Stiidenl. This indudcs all charovs lor 
lm-iiislK.(l rooms. ear|,cl. honnl, \vus!iiii»-, (I2 plain pieees |,cr"\vcck ) 
'"•■I- =""' '"ili"" i>i l^aliii. (Jreek. .Ma( iieiii;,! ies. Seieiices. Kn.Hish and 
■Vn-iianshi,,. TiiKKi: akk n.. kxtkas wmatkvkh. ,.xe..|,l Tor Onin- 
mcnl.-.l nraiu-hesand .Modern Laiiou,.,o-es. 1 he eharocs for wliieii are 
s|>eeilieally slaled elsewhere. 

We de.-^ire lo ein|,h;isize this slaleiiieiil. I.ec;ilise some seliools 

Nvlioseadverlised r,-,les.-,re hiol,,,. ,|, „s, increase the expenses 

still more \\\ iinmeroiis ••e\ti-as." 

CK- We ask those who are seekin- education lor themselves, .and 
parents who coni empl.ate sendino |l„.ir children to a hoardino- scho(,| 
'" '■"■''l"ll.v note the fact th.at we Inriiish evervlhino- emhr.aced in a 
llionMiohly e.|Uippedscli(,ol. with all the comforts of a ..•.,od home 
m.-ln(hno. ;, l,,-o,, airy, .and compleiely i,n->„sl„-J u..,n. in ,a, heautilul 
^""' '"■••''"'> l'"-^il'""- .-It 'li- low rale.,r.Si>l,s.;!;i p,,, ,.,,.,,_ ;„ ,,,,,„.^,.^ 
-I ^Indy winch prep.are the Student lor hi.siness. for professional life 
'"■ '"'■ ""• l""-'- "I- iMoher cl.asscs in colleov: .,r. if tliey prefer' (o 
luniish then- own ro(,ms will, hed clothes, mirn.rs. lamp and carpet, 
for S2(i;',.;;;! ,„ classical Studies, and .s||»,-,.;i;? i„ Common Kiio|isl, 

l'r.s,u,s.app|yin-l,u-r,,oms will please stale whether Ihey wish 
them luinished eiilircjy or in p.irl. 



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l\'i*m bills are |)ayable in advance, one hall" at opening' and tin 
balance at the middle of the term. 



I'he fintion in tlie Comnu'i-cial Department is a// i-cMjuire^l in 
advance, and in no case is it I'et'unded. 

Students attending a part of a term will be charged at the rate 
of $4 per week for board, washing and room. 

Wlieii Students are called away by sickness oi* )>r()vidential neces- 
sity, moneys advam*ed will be retuiaied. Students dismissed or 
leaving without the ap[>roval of the President inay l)e charged for 
the full term. 

Deduction for absetice is made on I'ecommendation oi the Pi'csi 
dent to the I'l'casurer. No reduction for board oi- tuition foi* absence 
of ten days oi* less at the l)eginning, or the last three weeks before 
the close of the term. 

I^'ive dollai'S nnist be dej)osite(l with the I'reasurer on entering, to 
covei' <lamages that the Student may do to room or othei* propertx. 
I'his will be I'cturned when the Student leaves, in case no in jury ^la^ 
been done. ^Vnv Student roomint'' alone will be chai'ucMl Sr'W'xtra 
pel* term. 

Day scholai's will be chai"L!."ed iVom SO. 00 toS12 oO pel' toan ot 
twelve weeks, accoi'dino to the studies the\' pursue. 



TIOIJ.MS .\NI) \\\('.\'n()NS. 

'^riie Seminarv scai" is dixided into thi'ee tcitns. a> follow^ 



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l^\\M. '^ri:inr— 10 WCeks. lieiiins Ab)nda\. Aiil:iis1 'J')\]]. 1 ss:>. 
Knds Decemljcr bSth. N'acation. 2 Weeks. 

WiN'rKK. '1'kk.m — 12 Weeks. Ue^ins .\b)iida\ . daniiar\' Isl. I ss:;. 

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Knds iMarch 20tli. No Wacation. 

SeKiN(; Ti:km — 12 Weeks. ^>e^•in^ Monda\. March 2tJtli. ISs;;. 
Knds June 11th. X'acation, 10 Weeks. 

ADMISSION. 

l?upils of good moral chai'actei" will be receixcd at any time, lor 
a single teian oi' longer period. 

Must ari'ariLi'e bills with the Ti'easurer belbre attendinii- recit;itions 



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Mils! l;ik(' :it l(>:,sl lour sliidics. unless cxciisc-l hy (he I^Vcully. 

■Miisl iv-islcr 1, :,,,,<. :,,„! chiiivtL :uu\ n-ivc lo comply with ;,ll 
'■"!('< ;ill(l l-('-nl;ili(,iis ,,r the Sclinol. 



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'*'■'"■'' ^'"<l''iit will !.,■ .•„nsi,l,.iv,| ,•, nu.nilKT,,!' ili,. Inslidni.,,, unlil 

'luc iM.l.r,. si, all 1,MV,. Ih'..,, yivc'i, of inlrnh,,,; 1., loav. a, cnnissi., 

oljlaiiuMl ol' ilie l'i-csiil(.ii(. 

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Tins <l(.|,artinnit is un.lcr (Ik" general .lim-tion of the IVsi.lciit 
>"l an ,..v,K.ri(.,u-,..l S(,.wanl a.ul a ll,<.r<.,.ol,lv rnm]>vtvui M-Mvm] 
liavc ,nnM..,lial.. .•liai-c. Thv ,l..|,ar(„u.m .•oinnR.ii.ls itself l,y cK'a.i 
. Iinc'ss. al,in,<la,„-(. ..f sM|,,,|y. ..xrHlcnc- ..f ,|i,alilv. -..o.I r<.ol<iMo-. an,l 
••iila|ilali(iii lo licaldi. 

I)IS(MI'L1XK. 

''''"■ 'l'^'-i|'liiic IS lirni. I,„l uiiMaii,! impartial. While rvwy 
'■n'-ura,.vn„.nl will l„. .^iv..,, l„ ,1,,. ohUtIv anW stu.li.ms. an,! .i,,;. 
■•'I':'" •■'"*••• '"• "in.l.. lor ynuihlnl in,lis,T..|i„n. yrl Hk' lawless aiMJ 
'■''li'a<-l'>r_v camiol Ioiil;- I'cinaiii aiiKiiiL;- us. 

APPAIJA^iniS. 

Tlu.S..,„inaryisfunnsl„.,l will, n .-nlKvl iui, ..f a,,,.ara. us. I,m.v||„.,- 
-"' Inll sets .,r (;i,.lH.s. .Maps a,„l Charts, a Cal.ine. of .Mi, Tends 
^""1 •■' '•■"•,^v supply of Cheuii,.,! a,„l l.al.,u-at,.rv l'l,.„sils. thus 
■'"'"■''"'o I.K'ilil.V Tor illnsi,aii,„i a,,. I e\ p..ri„ienl. 

MKUI'I^ AM) DKMKIJIT. 

^:\ ''■■'''• '■•■'■'"■'' '^ '^''I'l "I' •■ill liic exeivises ..f ll,e .Sehuul. In,,,, 
"'"'•1' '■'-"■W llie.S,,„|e,„su,ll l,e on„l..,|. .V ,-ee.,nl of ,|e,„erits is 

iiie\(ilse,| al,s,.,,ees IVoii, |-e,|,ii |-e,l eveivises 
'''^'"■'''■'■'> '• '"'■'■ "ill sul,j,.ei lh,.Siu,leui l.Mh.,„erit .„a,-ks." 



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Te„ .u.-h ,„ark. I,ri„.^ a pnvate n.pnM.fhelon. ihe KaeuUy: IweulN 
■I piililic icpi-iiiiaiid lielu,-e li 
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'■ "'"'l<' ^'-l I- aiul thirty i„ay se,i,| the 

e-si'iilai i-epoiis ai-e sent to [laivuts. 



IJKLICIOIS SKiniCKS. 

'-77 /""'"■'" '^ i'.,|ui,v,l |„ alle,„l ,-elioiuus s,.,-vie,.s i„ ,|,, 
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N. I>.- -M.'icli Stiidcnl imist he siij)j)li(Ml with ;i IJiMc, to he ww^X. 
i^nlhoul nod' or siwfanitii ronniiiii/, in the services ol" the ('h;t))el. The 
whole School rend in concert. 

A general expei'lence nieetinLi," is hehl e\(*i"\ S:il)l)ath ;it h.-iil" |>;ist 
eii;ht. A. M., and generally a service of s(mii;- at <> V. M., continiiiii!.^ 
one hour. Also, prayer niectino' for the ^entieinen and ladies, sepa 
r:it('ly, on '^rhiirsday evenings. Attendance upon these social ser 
\ ices is optional with the Students. 

LI^IM^MIAIJA' l':Xh:U('ISKS. 

Exercises in S|>eHini»\ Kt vmioIo<'\ „ Iveadinii'. Declamation and 
()i'i5^inal ('omposition ai'c re<jnire(l of all the Sliideiit^ throughout tin- 
veai". In addition to these, |)ui)lic exercise^ are held in the Seminai"v 
('hapel every l^'riday e\('nin!_i". at which the more a<l\aiiced Students 
read essa\s or deliver original speeches, interspei'sed with socal oi' 
instrumental music, furnished hy the Music I )ej)ai't ment . 

LITEJiAliV SOCIKTIKS. 

'^riiere ai'e thi'ee tlourishin^" Literai"\' Societies connecteil with the 
Seminary- -t he IJelles Lett res, the (ianima Mpsiion, and the Tripar- 
tite l'ni(UL The first two are in ihe i^'cnt iemen <. and the last in the 
ladies' department. I^ach ha-- a well fui'nished hall, and a judiciously 
selected lil)i*ar\', a!_i;ire<j^at ini!' nioi'e than two thousand \'ohnne>. 
l^Lach pi"epares and reads a paper in the ('hapel once in three week;-, 
in comu'ction with other literary exercises, thus lui'nishiip' inspira 
lion to intellect iL'd culture, as well as enlerlainment loi- the Student^ 
and the puhlic. 

iNsd^ircrioN. 

<)uj' nu'thods are modern, and adaplc*! to ihc nee<l (»!' the Si u 
dents. No pains are sj»ar(M| to"_^i\c lhorou;di. practical au<l scholarl\' 
trainiiiLi in all the depal■tment^ l>y Irachers <»i' superior altaimnentv 
and experience. Iiesi<les inst I'licl i(Ui in connection with the text hook, 
lectui'cs illustrated 1>\ t'\pernnent> are ^ixen iVom time to lime 



olTl'Tr. 

M\(U'y Student should he supplied with wai'in and dui'ahle cloth- 
iiiLi. hea\ \' hoots aiul shoes, an und)re!la. and a j>air (d ^lipjter^ to he 
worn in the room. All ai"lich'> ^hoidd he plainl\ marke(| with the 
lull nanu' of the (jw iier. We suuucst that t.'ach Student b)-in!_^ na[> 
kins and napkin rini^. though this is itptional. 



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A W'ORl) TO PARENTS. 

1. ^^:? Try to liavc your cliildren hvvv on Uw first diiy of Uw 
term, /v// //,;/ /;r/;?n\ as ^yv will not hv ready to recHMvc them. The 
Hassesaiv fornuMl on the second day, and it will be })etter for all 
eoneerned that the Student start regularly with liis class. 

1>. ir i)ossi])le, do not call tlieni away during tlie session. Al)- 
s(Mlc(^ if only for a few days, disarranges tlie class, and is generally 
the beginning of irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

'5. Do not allow yoin- children to leave the School l)efore tlie 
cxannnations. unless it cannot he avoided. Serious inconvenieiu'e to 
"•'I! (*oiic(M-iied often arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4- Supply them rvvr s/^ar///o-/v xvith spending money. Parejits 
(-aniiot he too cautious on this j)oint. 

''] ^'^^'^''^ lor your child one of the Instructors as a ])atron, to 
^liMrihute his finids. In this way a more judicious use of your money 
will he made, and yoiir child will he kept'from many tem'ptations. 

^^-/' Students not hoarding in the Institution must observe the fol- 

iowiiil- rules: 



1- Atl(Mid dail\ |)ra\('i"s. 
'J. .Must attend all the Sc 



nnnai'y exercises j)unctuallv. 



'1 -Must spend the intervals between recitations in theStudy IL 

4. AFiiM .■„M-nnii) lor ;,ll ahsnicc l.y uHlU'ii cxciis,. willioiit ,l,.|;,y. 
""!<■ •iii'l iiiiinl,,!- (,r rc-it.-itioiis ]>r\\]'j: s|icciti(.,l. 

-). .MiiM II. ,1 viHl 111,, r II. ,,r l„i;inl,.rs witlKnif |,<.rniissi..,i. 

MK.V.XS OF ACCKSS. 

'riic l'liil;i,l,.|,,ir,,, .iiMi |.;ri,.. ili,. X,,rili,.rn Ccnlnil .-iimI Hi,. I'liil;, 
'I'li'l'i.-i ^iii'l l;<'.-Mliiiu l;:iiln,:i,l. |,.,ss tlinmoli tli,. ..ily. ..,, ,l,..,i Wi'l 
li.iiiis|M,rl i-- r,.:i,|;iy .-hm-osIIiI,. rr,,iii :ill ,|ii;irl,.i's. 

B&ri'.v <|.,.,-i;il .•irniii-,. III,. Ills ;,ll ,,nr Siii,l,.„ts |,r,),-mv tick,.|s .-it 

'■""'"' ■•"'•^ "^'■'' '•"■ I'-'niKvlvniiia. Hi,. niil;„!,.|i,lii.-, an,! Kri',. 

^'"' ^'"■''"''■" <'""•'' •""! '!"• I'liiln,i,.||,l,i,., .-in,! K'..a,lino- IJailn.a.ls 
hhI 111,. II- l;ran.-lM.s. /W// ■,<.;/../,. ,,,/y ;vy//yv//y/. /,vv;/ ///,7>'lw.s-. llu.s 
in.it, .rially r,.,lii,.i,m Hi,. ..x|„.|is,.v ,,r ir;iv,.L \V,, ,...,|1 ih,. s|K.,-ial 
'"'■ii"i"ii "I' liaiviiis ,.,,1,1 ihosv >,.,.kiiiL;- ,.,|,i,ali,.ii I,, this ra,-(. an,! at 
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(iRADUATRS AND FORMKK SI^IDKN^rS. 

It may be safely estimated that from eight to ten thousand persons 
liave I'eceived academic instruction, covering- from one to thi-e(M'C*ars. 
in Williamsport Dickinson Seminaiy, while two hundred ami niiu'ty 
one have com[)leted the prescril>ed cunaculum, graduating with the 
de<2:rees the Institution confers. We desire to bring all these into 
active sympathy and co()])eration with their /1/ma Mater, and hence 
we ask all j)ers()ns to whom this notice may come, who have l)een 
Students liere, to send us tlu^ir addrc^ss, with any information concern- 
ino' their i)ers()nal history that may be of genei'al interest, as we wish 
to compile a complete catalogue of all the Students now living. 

Tluu'c is a ixeneral nu'etin<>- of the Alunmi every year, the day 
before Comnu'ucement We extend a inost coi'dial invitation to all 
old Students to attend the meetinii' this yeai", which will be held Juiu' 
llth, afternoon and evening. If you cannot come, let us \w\\y from 
you by lettei". 

\\\A now. may T not ask you to aid in (Uilari^ing the sphere and 
imu'casing the ])ower of oui' Ahiia Maicr / \ ow can do nnu-h in 
many ways, but you can at least direct those looking- for a good 
I>oarding School to oui's. oi' send me their a<ldi'ess on a postal card. 
Cari-y the Seminary in your heart. She is doino- a worthy woi'k. and 
eai'nestly asks hei* sons and daughters to hel)> hei". 




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I PRIZES. 



II10 follovviiio- Prizes will he awnrded duriiio- the year: 

Tin-: Pkksidknts Pui/K—tlie oift of the President to that niem- 
her of the Senior o r diinior CUiss who shall exeel in writini^ and 
<l(']i\ (M"ino- an Oratioir 

Tin: Fa( ri;r^ Pui/i:— the uift of the Faculty to the member of 
the Khelorie dass wlio shall exeel in writino- and readino- an Kssay. 

'i^m: AFrs. Gray Pkizk— tlie gift of IVIrs. K. J. iWiiy to that Stu- 
(U'nt who shall excel in Iu'adin<»-. 

'i^iii: Vu.Hi.Ks V. MissiNA Pui/K— tlie o-ift of (Miarles C. Mussina 
to that Student who shall exeel in Declamation. 

1^ii: Mis^ F. M. AnsK> Pki/k— the oift of a Philadcl])hia friend— 
tlie lirst and second prizes to those niemhers of the Klocution Class 
w iio shall excel in Recitation. 

'l^"i- ('■ .1. Fii Ti.K Pm/i:— tlie oift of i\ d. Little to the Stu(h'nt 
who ^hall he awarded the lirst ju-ize in Instrmnental Music. 

Till. I). S. AM,m > ,V- i\K rm/K— the -ift of I). S. Andrus S: (\>. 
1'» the Siu.h.nt uli<> shall he awar^led the second prize in Inst runuMital 



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^ 1'iM Pl-<,ii-;<(>i: \<i:i,klku Pkizk— tlie oift of Professor \'(elkler to 

''''^' ^^"*>^'"^ \v1m» .hall l)c awarded the third prize in Instrnniental 
M ii>ic. 

T.ir IlNzri.iT Pm/i: the oift of J \l, Hazelet to that Student in 
ili^' Art Deparlnienl u ho ^hall excel in Oil Paintino-. 



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BY-LAWS. 



1. During the Jiour of study the Students shall not he uiuieeessarilv 
a])sent from tlieir rooms. 

2. At the time ai)i)()iiited to attend pi-ayei-s, i-ecatation, leetui'e, or othei" 
exercise, each Stu(hait shall vv\yd\Y (jtddli/ nnd promptly Xo \\\v |)laee (h'siis,nate(l. 

8. At no time shall any Student loitei' in the halls or about the doors, or 
iufhdge in jumpini::, w restlinir, loud talkinsi,", wliistlinjj;, oi- any other unneces- 
sarv noise, or soil the l)uildinii; with tobacco. 

4. The StudeiUs shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the 
hour of study indicated ])V the rin^-iiiLi.' of tlie bell, nor shall they attend 
parties or mixed assemblies \yithout i)ermission from the Pi'esideiit ; nor shall 
they at any time yisit hotels, or other ])laces of ])ul)lic resort, or on any 
occasion indulge in tlie use of iiUoxicating li(jUors. 

5. All profane and indecent lanLinau'c, ])layin<'' nt LLames of chance 
injuring the pro})erty of tlie Institution or of citizens, (juarreling, tightin<;-. 
tlie carryinii: of tire-arms oi- other danucroiis \ve:ii)ons, ai-e strictly forbidden. 

(I. No Student shall leaye the limits of the town foi* a longer time than 
one hour without pei'mission from the President. 

7. Kach StudeiU will be held strictly accountable for any damai^-e he or 
she may cause to the Seminary ])roj)erty. I)aniai:-es i)y unknown ])arties 
may be assessed on the ,^clio(tl. 

S. ^I'lie I'eachers musl ;il all tinicN liaxc aeecs> lo IheSludents' roo!n>. 
and if it be judged necessary, Ilie room^ will be eleaned at the expense of t In- 
oe(Mi])an1s, 

1). Cleanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
de])ortment must be obserxcd 1)\ all. 

10. No water, dirt, oj- other material shall !)e thrown fi'om aii\' window 
in the buildings, or down the hot-air !lue^. oi- in t he halls after t law haxc 
been eleaned. 

11. Students must liaxc tlieii' I'oonis ^wcpt and in order, and liLihts 
extinguished at the established hours. 

12. No Student will be allowed to l:'o bathing. boatiiiLi, skaliiui', lishiim, 
gunning, or riding, without itermission from the President. 

18. I'he Students must not yisit the kitchen, dining-room, oi- any other 
room, exce])t their own, without {permission. 



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14. Tiic S;ih)>a11i nuisl he st riclly oliscrvcd by all. Visilini!: or receiving- 
visits will not be allowed. All must attend ])ul)lie woi'sliip twice dui'ini!: 
the day. 

15. No lady shall at any time receive calls from i^'cntlemen at her own 
room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

H). The youn^■ ladies will not be allowed 1o leave the Seminary o-romids 
at aiiv time witliont permission: and tlie gentlemen will be restri(;led at tlie 
discretion of the Faculty. 

17. No Student shall change his or her room, or place at tlie tal)]e, with- 
out s])ecial ])ernnssion from the IM'csidcnt. 

18. Xo Student will be ])ernntt(Ml to leave the School durinii: the session 
without an e.\i)ress re([uest from the ]^arent or o-uai-dian, made to the Pi'csi- 
dent, and without the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Anv Student who without just cause shall fail to tdtend the examina- 
tions, will be considered undei" censui-c. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise nnist be obtained, if ])os- 
sible, before the absence occurs. 

2\. No Student will be ))ermitted to leave any clr.ss without the consent 
of the Faculty. 

22. The ladies and u'cntlemcn must not visit each others' apai'tments, walk 
ov ride t()Li:ether, without peiMuission. nor convei'se toi^'cthei- from the windows. 

2'). Students from the neiu'hborhood will not be permitted to visit home 
at such times as will intei'fei'e with the regular exercises of the School. 

2\. An\ olVendinii' St udent may be punished, accordinii: to the natui'c of 
the otfense. b\' ]»ri\'a1e or public re})i'o()f, suspension, dismission or expul- 
sion. 

25. Students dismissed or expelled must leave the premises at once. 

2{\. None ImiI Slud<'nts can attend the Society meetinu's, noi" shall the 
Soeielies meet t(iL;('!li(r, unless by express j)ei-missioii of the Faculty. 

27. No >ii((ial nieetin'j- of th.- Students shall be held at any time, nor 
-hall an\ nicelinL', of ilic Sludcnts oi' Societies continue later than 10 o'clock 
\\ M.. willioul p(inii^^i(»ii of the President. 

28. All pcrM»n-^ \ i^il iiiu, St udcn)> in t he Seminai'y will be i'e(pnred tocon- 
tniiii lo ihc iMilc^ adopted foi" the 'jo\ citi men t of the School, and in case they 
icmain loiinci- than thi'cc d:i\-, will !»c cliarijc*! for boai'diiiL!," at the published 
I'atc^. 

20. .\ii\ teinporar\ |)i'ud(ii1 iai icjidation foi' the ii,'overnment of the 
School that the Facultx max --ee lit to :idopt. shall l)c (Mpially bindini:,- with 

t lie-c P)\ 1 ..'i \\ --. 



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CALENDAR FOR 18s 9. 



Fpjday, May 2(). — Examination of Senior (Uass begins. 

Wednesday, June 7. — Examination of other Classes bei>;ins. 

FuiDAY, JrNE 1), 8 o'clock V. ]\r. — Exercises of Sopliomore Class. 

SA'iriiDAY, Ji'NE 10, 8 o'clock V. ^l. Contest in Keadinii; for the iVIi-s. E. .1. 
Grav Prize, and Contest in Fssavs for the Facultv i^rize. 

Sahhaiii, ,]{SK 11, r] o'clock P. M. - Aimual Sermon, by Prof. C. J. Eittle, of 
Dickinson Colleu'c. 

AFoxDAY, JcxE 12, 8 o'clock P. M.- Concert and Contest in Music, for the 
Little, Amlrus cV:Co. and V(elkler Ei'izes, in the Academv of Music. 

Ttesday, Jixe 1:>, 1) o'clock A.M.- Contest in Oratoi'y, for the Pi'esident's 
Erize. 

10! o'clock A, ^l. Contest in Declamation, for the (Jharles C. Mussina 
Erize. 

2 o'clock P. M. — Exercises of the Juinoi' Class. 

4 o'clock P. :yr.- Military Drill. 

8 o'clock P. M.- r.ectui'c before the I/iterary Societies, by Eev, .1. M. 
]^ucklev, D. D.. Editor of the New ^'ork (liristhiti Adrocati . 

W KDXKsoA V. J I NK 14, lOj o'clock A. .M. Ixcunion of ( ianinia Fpsilon Society. 
2 o'clock P. M. Contest in Elocution, for the Mi>s P. M. Jones Pi'ize. 
4 o'clock E. M - Business M( ct iuLi" of t he Alumni Association. 
() o'clo(4< P. >P Ivcunion and Pancjuet of the .\lumni. 
8 o'c4o(4< P. Vi. Literary Meet inii' of t he .Mumni. 

Eu^l^s|)AV. J i m: 15, i)', o'clock A. M. Commencement lvxercis(^s. in the 
Academy of ]\Iusic. 

2.', o'clo(4< P. >L Meet in L!,' of t he St o(4<holde!s, in Sendnary (4i,a|)el. 

^) o'clo(4< P. ^I. A?inual Meet ini:- of t he P)oai'd of Direct(»j's. 



MoxoAv. Arorsr 28. j^'all Term bcL-ins. 



DICKINSON COLLECxE, 



i'()i.vi)i<:i) 17 <s.;, 

'osscsscs ample Facilities in lUiiidinos, Lilirarics, an<i Apparatus, for a 

Complete and Thoroiiirh 



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-:f:EXPENSES.3!:<« 

Of Tuition l.yS,l,olar^l,ip>. .va.lily ;.l tninahh- $ g 25 |ht anuu.n 

(>t I'-\l>cninciital Coiifsc ill I.al).)rat.)i-y, elective.' 25 00 " 

All other (olleuv Cl.ar^re.. In. in 530 qO to 40 00 - - 

'''"'"'■ '""^"■''' "■•""• 3 00 to 4 00 •• week. 



LOCATION BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, AND EASY OF ACCESS 



r.N ivrrnt artion nf ihr I'.oarcl ..nViistcc-s. flu- Kacaillv arc authorized lo 
•''Imit Mudcnt. hntn Will la 111. porl Dickinson, lVnnmot,,n and Kin-ston 
^^■"^''^''^"'^^■^- ■'^"' WM'niM-ton C-onrrroiKV Academy, to the iMVshnian Class 
'''""*'" ^■^•""iiiaiion, upon die presentation of a (erlilieale from the IJoard 
"' '"-^'"'""" in 'he liiMiiutions named that the work recjuired for admission 
''■'^ '^^'^'" ■""">>plidie.k Sons ..f mmi.ters will he hirnished the use of 
"''"'•"■^'^'l'^' ^^ithouleo.t.a nnnd)erhaMn.;l,een placed at the disposal of the 
^^^•^'""''-' ''"' ''^^^ i»mposr. The donation of others to be thus used wdl be 
dia iikrull) fcceiv ed. 

For further inlurmation address tlie President. 



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WILLIAMSPORT, PA, 



j^TnTd"!^^^ oivii: I'ltioK. 



A. W. F. MacCOLLIN, 

IMPERIAL PHOTOGRAPHER, 



South-East Corner Third and Pine Streets, 



(lloi. den's IUtj.dinc;,; 



WILLI AMSPOliT, IkV. 



Wholesale and Jiclail Dcalei's in 

CHIN/, CROCKEP,y. Cl^SSWAP,^E, AND CUTLERY, 

Lamps and Lamp Fixtures a Specialty. 

No. 76 \A^est Fourth St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Also Dealers in Staple aiii Faiicj Groceries, No. U West Foiirtli St. 

()r(h'i"S l)y nniil will receive prompt attention. ( )nr Li,uai"ant ee will accom- 
pany each purchase. 



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Slationci'\ Picture l^'i'ames, ("orniccs. 

Steel I'aiLira\ iiiLis, (da^^ Sli.idc 



('lii'omos. \\';l\ :ind Artists' .\Litcrial: 



ALSO, lAlNTliK, GKAINhR \ lAPliK IlAXGIiR 



DUBLE & CORNELL, 

/^'rieo-p-fsfs and Pharmacists. 

f.t'' Parliculai' nltcntion i;iv('n to ('()in})()im(rnii2: Prescriptions, .i,^ 

TOlLF/r KIXJl ISITKS: 

('ain])lior.'iti'(l (ilvccrinc lee, Bav Kuiii llair Tonic. 
Odontinc, a Sujx'i'ior Tooth \Y;isli. 

Fragrant Boiuiuct Cologne, Rose and Pearl Dentifrice. 

A Fine Assortment of Hair, Nail and Tooth Bruslies. 

Largest Stock of Toilet Soaps to be found in the City. 

DUBLE <fc CORNELL Corner Foiirtli and Pine Streets. 

\.;^SI»Er]AI. KATKS TO STUDKNTS. 



ALEX. BEEDE 8z: CO., 

AVIIOI.KSALKI HETAIL (IR()nKR8. 

OFFER Fl LL ST()CM\, FRESH (iOODS, 

SHEAS, STO, TEA, TOSACCO, CAD rESII, CHEESE, Etc., Etc, 

Flour, Soap, Colfec, Choice Tub P>utter. 



( i()()(l (i()()(l> at Low Prices. 



(;u(»(ls (l('li\('r('(l to any part of tlic City 



A N()P,IiY 1IA1\ A;(;()()1) ( AP, WAPKlXi; (AXES, GOOD FMIUIFL- 

l.AS, NOliRV S( ARFS, SI^VIJSH COLLARS AND ( UFFS, 

FANCY .V: PLAIN HALF HOSF, GLOVES, 

HOSIFRV, .V:(.. OR 



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Cx- "W^. ICLTJ^^/dllP, ID. ID. 

DENTIST. 



l^i} Restoring Aching and Diseased Teeth to Usefulness a Spe- 
cialty. Extractions Painless. 



()irK('. ( 'orncr Third and Mai'kct Slfccts, 



( )v('i- \i. \i. Stearns' Store, 



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kI'|;l ijnk I'Li'iviiuNc; ooods. ciiandklikks. i;kack 

KTS, AND IM.AIN AND 1 AN(A' 1. AMI'S. 



75 West Third Street, 



Williamsport, Pa. 




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(Successors to Corcoran Bubb c^ Co..) 



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AND T' DEALERS. 



W^ILLIAMSPORT, PA 



CITY BAKKIIY AND CONFECTIOXERY, 

Corner of Fourth and Market Streets, 



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Sheet Music, Music and Instruction Books. 
PIANOS and OliCANS KlvX^rKI) \\\ 1MIK MON^ril 

Warcrooms, A'o. 17 West Third Street, WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTE:D; 

W;itclics Tliorouglily Ifepaircci, Jewelry Neatly Mended. 



No. 11 West Third Street, 



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DM\LE:RS 1^ HARDWARl 

White Lead, Oils, Glass, and Building Hardware. 

Belting' iiiid S;iw Mill Sii])|)lios ;i 8{)eci5ilty. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

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